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Raspberry Pi 4 as "steam stream device" for living room

JewPacaBraZ
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Is there a way i can have any sort of steamlink on my raspberry pi 4? I tried installing steamlink ( sudo apt install steamlink ) on a clean raspbian(latest) but i got errors, it demanded a downgrade to the older Buster raspbian for X11 support. The problem is , i have trouble connecting my XBOX one controller on Buster but its fine on the latest rasbian. Is there a way to install steamlink normally, with X11 support on the newer raspbian or am i doomed?

Tech enthusiast from the land of dept ( Greece ) and casual overclocker. If it has a processor i will overclock it, monitor yes, my car's ecu yes, my brain... yes.

R5 1600  16GB RAM   6900XT

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20 minutes ago, Needfuldoer said:

Is Moonlight a client-side option for you? (It requires an Nvidia card on the PC side.)

 

https://moonlight-stream.org/

I do have a GTX 1050Ti, i will check moonlight out thank you

Tech enthusiast from the land of dept ( Greece ) and casual overclocker. If it has a processor i will overclock it, monitor yes, my car's ecu yes, my brain... yes.

R5 1600  16GB RAM   6900XT

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On 9/16/2022 at 2:32 PM, JewPacaBraZ said:

I do have a GTX 1050Ti, i will check moonlight out thank you

An heads up for Moonlight, I have tested it on my Raspberry Pi 4 and I had very varying results in performance between different SD Cards, supposedly both the same speed but one of them multiplied the stutter tenfold

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