BrewPi Legacy Remix runs on a Raspberry Pi, communicating with an Arduino. Despite the original creators no longer actively supporting BrewPi on Arduino, and despite the Arduino being arguably one of the least capable controllers on the market, BrewPi on Arduino still has an amazing following among home brewers. When I last checked there were 7473 posts in this thread on HomeBrewTalk.com since March 19, 2014 when @FuzzeWuzze started the thread.
Before we proceed, a huge thank you to Elco Jacobs, without whom none of this would be possible.
Please also check Assumptions and Proceedings before continuing if you are not starting with a bone-stock fresh install of Raspbian on your Raspberry Pi.
curl -L install.brewpiremix.com | sudo bash
or the underlying link:
curl -L https://raw.githubusercontent.com/brewpi-remix/brewpi-tools-rmx/master/bootstrap.sh | sudo bash
Both of these are the same, I just created a short URL to make it easier for you. Some folks prefer not to be redirected, so the regular link is there as well
If you have a broken installation and/or need to run the uninstaller without BrewPi being installed correctly for some reason, you may use:
curl -L uninstall.brewpiremix.com | sudo bash
If you’d like even more, here’s a YouTube video showing the entire process on version 0.5.1:
If you have questions, please read the FAQ.
Step by step instructions, with descriptions of each step, are being developed. I do however think each step has enough instructions to get the average person going if you just slow down and read them.
If you hate the idea of doing something the easy way, or if you for some reason need to install manually, see my post: “For the Masochists.”
You can view or log new issues via the links below (when in doubt, just use the first link):
|Install and uninstall tools||Issues List|
|Python scripts supporting BrewPi|
|Website files||Issues List|
|Arduino firmware||Issues List|