Installing Ubiquiti UniFi Controller 5 on Raspberry Pi

Installing Ubiquiti UniFi Controller 5 on Raspberry Pi

The Ubiquiti Networks UniFi Controller enables administrators to instantly provision and configure thousands of UniFi APs, allowing for quick, simple management of system traffic. A single UniFi Controller can manage multiple sites: multiple, distributed deployments and multi-tenancy for managed service providers.

This post describes how to install the UniFi Controller software Version 5 on Raspberry Pi.

The instructions in this article have been tested with Raspbain Jessie (April 2017), UniFi 5.4.15, and UniFi 5.5.11.

This article supersedes my previous Installing Ubiquiti UniFi Controller 4 on Raspberry Pi guide. For specific instructions on how to upgrade your UniFi Controller software from Version 4 to Version 5, please refer here.

The UniFi Controller and mFi Controller software can co-exist on the same Raspberry Pi, however, you must be using Java 7 (default) and not Java 8.

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