UniFi LED - Installation Guide


Overview


This article provides all the necessary information to install or update the UniFi LED controller. The UniFi LED controller can be deployed as a docker image on a server. Below you will find instructions for the different operating systems that are compatible with our controller.

NOTES & REQUIREMENTS:
The UniFi LED controller can only be installed on a Linux server or on our Ubuntu-based UniFi Application Server: UAS-XG. See specific prerequisites in the corresponding sections below.

Table of Contents


  1. Linux
  2. UniFi Application Server
  3. Related Articles

Linux


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Prerequisites

Installation Instructions

Run the command below on the host to install and start UniFi LED controller. It will automatically install Docker and Docker-Compose if it is not installed already.

curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/ubiquiti/eot-controller/master/install.sh > /tmp/ueot_install.sh && sudo bash /tmp/ueot_install.sh

If you would like to update your LED installation use --update flag

curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/ubiquiti/eot-controller/master/install.sh > /tmp/ueot_install.sh && sudo bash /tmp/ueot_install.sh --update

When the process is complete, you can access UniFi LED controller at http://server_hostname_or_ip:20080/. Controller will discover devices in local network.

Installing Prerequisites

Run the following command on your Ubuntu or Debian system to ensure that all required tools are installed:

sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install curl sudo bash

UniFi Application Server


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Prerequisites

  • UniFi LED Controller on UAS is available from version 0.5.0

Installation Instructions

  • Go to the UAS management console, usually: https://uas_hostname_or_ip
  • Click All Services
  • Click Install button on LED controller and wait for the installation
  • The LED controller should be available at http://uas_hostname_or_ip:20080/

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