if you install with `apt-get install <file-name-here>.deb` that should do it. It will assess your dependencies and if they need updating let you know. Incase you're not aware, docker allows a specific virtual-environment to persist, in the case of compiling Hyperion.ng, they allow the developers to specify the exact dependencies and requirements needed to compile the code. Called containers, they are loaded into docker and the compilation is executed within the virtual container, once compiled, the artifacts (binaries etc..) are exctracted back out onto your host machine (rpi in your instance). I'm using a mac, and didn't want to compile on my rpi as it can take a while, so for me - i used a lightweight virtualbox VM for Ubuntu 16.04 (one of the suggested compatible OS's for compilation), ssh'd into the virtual machine, installed docker-ce (command line version) using this guide: https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-install-and-use-docker-on-ubuntu-16-04 I then ran the cross-compile for rpi command from the compile instructions above. then once that was finished SFTP'd into my RPI (running raspbian stretch), copied ONLY the .deb, and installed using the apt-get command from above. Hyperion is then installed as a service, it auto starts on boot, and you can restart/stop etc.. via service commands. Hopefully this helps, or if not helps someone else!