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Locustream PiBox (Raspberry Pi)



STREAMING THE NEW LOCUSTREAMBOX RASPBERRY PI (LOCUSTREAM PIBOX)




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With a Raspberry Pi mini computer (eg £27.86 from here), you can stream in mono or stereo, over ethernet or wifi. Setup takes a matter of minutes using our pre-configured SD Card. The system is designed for long-term trouble-free operation. Your stream will appear on the Locus Sonus Audio Soundmap ( http://locusonus.org/soundmap/ ) and will be included in all the Locustream projects.



What to do:

- Contact Locus Sonus to express an interest in setting up a stream:

post a message to Locus Sonus

or open directly an account at Locus Sonus Soundmap (Locustream project) (see below: First: Open a Locustream Account)



We will:

Send you detailed instructions and an equipment list.





FIRST: OPEN A LOCUSTREAM ACCOUNT

Before streaming, you must create an account for each microphone dedicated to the Locustream project. Each new account and registration is moderated by Locus Sonus.

create a Locustream account



You need to put in the settings for your Locus Sonus account so the stream is recognized by the Locus Sonus server and appears on the Locustream Soundmap.

configure your Locustream mountpoint



For troubleshootings or detailed information, please contact soundmap(at)locusonus.org





DOWNLOAD THE LOCUSTREAM SD CARD FOR RASPBERRY PI

To stream with a Raspberry Pi, you can download the pre-configured disk image (with Chrome or Firefox). The compressed file is around 890 MB, so this may take a while.


Download Raspberry Pi SD card disk image





INSTRUCTIONS TO SET UP THE LOCUSTREAM STREAMBOX RASPBERRY PI


Refer to these instructions to copy your SD card and get set up





http://locusonus.org/documentation/img/PROJETSEXTERNES/smith/locustreambox_pi.png
Locustreambox Rasperry Pi



http://locusonus.org/documentation/img/PROJETSEXTERNES/smith/locustreambox_pi_niolon.jpg
Open microphone with Locustreambox Rasperry Pi, in Niolon by Peter Sinclair