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Old 02-10-2016, 11:25 AM
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Has anyone attempted to install and run Mirth Connect on Raspberry Pi? Thoughts?
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Old 02-11-2016, 06:46 AM
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Yeah, it should be easy to do even on a Pi Zero. All you need is the Oracle JRE, which I believe is already part of Raspbian by default. If you choose something else like Debian then it's easy there too, just apt-get it.

Then just extract the MC tar.gz and you should be good to go.
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Old 02-12-2016, 06:41 AM
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Default Mirth Connect on Raspberry Pi

Thanks. I thought that installing Mirth Connect on a Raspberry Pi would be feasible.

If anyone attempts this project, please post to this thread.

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Old 02-14-2016, 02:57 PM
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I have installed MC on a Raspberry Pi2 (Raspian-Wheezy), with minimal issues (mostly permission/security stuff, Linux is fun).

I had to download the icedtea plugin to get the Administrator to run. I wouldn't use it for any high volume channels, but it was an interesting project.
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I just tried it on a Raspberry Pi Model B, but I couldn't get it to run due to it (maybe java) wanting an ARM7+ processor and the rPi only has an ARM6. Give me an excuse to buy a new Pi 2. Should be here tomorrow. =)
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I have installed MC on a Raspberry Pi2 (Raspian-Wheezy), with minimal issues (mostly permission/security stuff, Linux is fun).

I had to download the icedtea plugin to get the Administrator to run. I wouldn't use it for any high volume channels, but it was an interesting project.
I've never actually run the Administrator on a Pi, so thanks for that tip. I've always just run the Administrator on my local workstation, pointing it to the IP of the Pi.
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I just tried it on a Raspberry Pi Model B, but I couldn't get it to run due to it (maybe java) wanting an ARM7+ processor and the rPi only has an ARM6. Give me an excuse to buy a new Pi 2. Should be here tomorrow. =)
If this Oracle documentation is correct, you should be able to install Java on ARM 6 or 7: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/ja...ads/index.html
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Maybe I was using Java 8... Maybe I was just looking for an excuse to buy a Pi 2. =)
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Maybe I was using Java 8... Maybe I was just looking for an excuse to buy a Pi 2. =)
Java 8 also has similar distributions: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/ja...ads/index.html

If you do get a Pi 2 and plan on putting Raspbian on it, I'd recommend Jessie at least! I'm using one to host a company dashboard, and Jessie is miles ahead of Wheezy with support of the latest versions of Chromium.
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Awesome! Mine should be here today, and Jessie was what I was going to use, but glad to know I made the right choice!
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