How to Install Ubiquiti UniFi Controller 5 on the Raspberry Pi
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Preparation

Start with a clean Raspbian or Raspbian Lite installation. The instructions in this article work with Raspbian Jessie and Stretch. However, these instructions cannot be used with Raspbian Wheezy.

  • Refer to our How to install Raspbian on the Raspberry Pi article for assistance, and for options on installing to SD card or USB storage devices.
  • Refer to our How to configure a Static IP Address on the Raspberry Pi article for assistance with setting up a static IP address, if one is required.
  • Refer to our Raspberry Pi Configuration article for assistance with the initial setup of your Raspberry Pi using raspi-config. In addition to the default options, a Memory Split value of 16 MB is also recommended if you intend to run a headless server.
    Set the Locale settings in raspi-config to an English language locale, such as en_GB.UTF-8 UTF8 (default), otherwise the MongoDB package will fail to install. You can change to your preferred locale after the installation is complete.
  1. Ensure all the latest Raspbian package updates have been applied, using the following commands:
    sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get -y upgrade
  2. Ensure the Oracle Java 8 JDK is installed, using the following command:
    sudo apt-get -y install oracle-java8-jdk
    This step is really only required for Raspbian Lite installations, as the Oracle Java 8 JDK is already included with the full distribution of Raspbian.
  3. Install the GNU privacy guard network certificate management service, using the following command:
    sudo apt-get -y install dirmngr

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