Installing Raspberry Pi OS with HyperHDR

Open the HyperHDR developer repository, we need a page with release versions (link).
Download the topical image file depending on your hardware.
Detailed installation instructions are in the "Wiki" section in the same repository (link).
There indicates for which device which image you need to download.

I have a Raspberry Pi 4 as hosting, so I need to use the image:


We extract the *.img file from the downloaded archive with *.xc extension
We connect a memory card of the "MicroSD" format to the computer (it is possible to use a regular memory card for Raspberry Pi 4).
Downloading the Rufus program (link) and run it.

In the program window, it is enough to perform three actions:
 - select drive,
 - specify the path to the downloaded image (*.img file),
 - press the "Start" button.


We are waiting for the end of the process. After completion, open our memory card in Explorer, go to the "boot" folder. Next, to configure a Wi-Fi connection you need to create a file with the name "wpa_supplicant.conf" in the previously specified folder with the following content:

ctrl_interface=DIR=/var/run/wpa_supplicant GROUP=netdev
update_config = 1
country = US
network = {
  ssid = "Name of your Wi-Fi LAN"
  psk = "Password for your Wi-Fi LAN"

Edit it with the name and password of your home Wi-Fi network. Disconnect the memory card and connect it to the Raspberry Pi. Open the Web interface for setting up your router and find the IP address assigned to the newly added RPi. We connect to the HyperHDR settings panel, for this in the browser of any of your devices (phone / tablet / computer) enter the IP address in the address bar and after the colon enter port 8090 (HTTP) or 8092 (HTTPS). Example:

If we observe the settings window, then we did everything right.