I’m investigating the feasibility of using a headless Pi for an art installation, with limited ‘clones’ that can be given away as well. To keep costs and packaging reasonable, I’d really like to use a Pi Zero (when you’re making 4-5 copies the costs add up), however I know 3.0.1 does not support the Zero and crashes on load.
I’ve looked on Github, but wasn’t able to find much. Is there somewhere I could download the last version of Sonic Pi that successfully ran on the Pi Zero?
There’s an archive of releases here http://sonic-pi.net/files/releases/
@samaaron is it worth posting the portable releases in that repository? I have a copy of them if you need them.
The portable releases are in there already!
I only see foe v3 release.
Awesome! Thank you so much @pwinstanley!!
@pwinstanley - there was no Windows release for
v3.0 hence why there’s no MSI or portable release. The first release for Windows post
Perhaps the best place to navigate and get hold of older releases is the GitHub release page:
Hi—reviving this thread as I’m looking to run Sonic Pi on a Raspberry Pi Zero [Raspbian]. Is this possible now?
An initial attempt produced some errors, e.g.,:
“Sonic Pi boot error: Sonic Pi server could not be started!”
pport: 4562 [OK]" but “[GUI] - starting UDP OSC Server on port 59” it goes haywire into “??? 4558…”
"stopping UDP OSC Server… UDP OSC Server no longer listening… "