I had Hyperion up and running on a raspberry pi zero. My HDMI splitter never worked though. (It was a cheapo off Amazon) but now that raspberry pi has widevine support I want to just install hyperion directly in raspberry PI OS on my rpi4 and have a gpio control my ws2812bs but I can't figure out how to install it?? I feel like a fool it seems so simple to do a "sudo apt install hyperion 2.0.0..." I want less clutter around my TV with all these cords and adapters that didn't work anyway... What am I missing? What am I doing wrong?
install Hyperbian, its OS with Hyperion.NG implemented
( remove the format FAT32, so you'll have a empty volume) its better for the OS, you can do that with diskmanager in Windows
Take the image (zip) and copy it to SD card
start it up and finish.
Hyperbian is the newest 2.09 Alpha
But I also want a desktop environment to play the videos through. I guess I want to sideload Hyperion in the same version of the full raspberry pi os, but unsure if that's possible.
You can install hyperion along a full desktop version.