The first point is connecting to the StereoPi over the network. For MacOS and Windows it says to connect to:
However as mentioned it does not work on Linux.
Question: Why does this not work on Linux? Can you make it work? I have a project with my kids for a wildlife camera (https://mynaturewatch.net/daylight-camera-instructions) where they do have a system where stuff can successfully stream on a link like this. Can this be made to work for StereoPi?
I then followed the alternative steps to scan the network to find the IP address of the device. On Ubuntu I used:
From the output I found this to be the StereoPi:
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sudo arp-scan -l | sort
192.168.1.7 1c:bf:ce:bf:4f:43 Shenzhen Century Xinyang Technology Co., Ltd
This works in principle but I've noticed the IP address may change (it changed on me when I had to power down and power up the SteroePi).
Question: Can a static IP address be set so it does not change? Again the mynaturewatch project also has a static IP it seems.