I tried to use the command “curl https://blokas.io/pisound/install.sh | sh” but that gives an error
(rpi3 with pisound mounted in self printed case - latest raspberry OS, update/upgrade done - so Internet connection is fine)
The error is:
“sh: 2: Syntax error: newline unexpected”
I also tried sudo apt install pisound-btn : cannot find pisound-btn packet. (same without -btn)
I get the same numbers, except the speed numbers (7173/7173 instead of 8551/8509). But with those errors… I’ll try another reboot… nothing.
Now, something that gets my attention when doing apt update (I have to translate it because my OS is set on Dutch) , after the request to get http:/apt.blokas.io rpi InRelease [3.922 B]
I get the error: "could not be verified because public key is not available: NO_PUBKEY 37808098F560908A
Then the same thing with GPG.
No idea what is different. I used a brand new SD card that I flashed with the official raspberry Pi imager. I took the full OS with Pi Desktop.
To make the story complete, when I unpacked the PiSound, I first hooked it on my Rpi400, just to test. I have the same OS on that system and everything went well, all installations worked. I managed to create a little Python program that could play some notes on my old Roland SC55 (don’t want to mess with the Integra-7 as long as I’m not sure ) , while changing patches on different midi channels. All fine.
Then I hooked the PiSound on the Rpi3 with the forementioned new sd card. The rest is what you know.