WARNING This Amahi release is unsupported at this time! Please use a supported release! The latest release is Amahi 8.
Use the defaults to install Fedora in graphical mode
Use DHCP for the install process, unless you know you really need a static IP for install.
rootpassword note the password you create
Click on the “Add additional software repositories” button and add the Amahi repository with the following information:
Fedora will ask you Create a User. Go ahead. Remember the credentials
NOTE: The first time you login in Amahi you will be asked to reset this user’s password
Launch the Amahi Installer by double-clicking in the desktop icon. Firefox should launch, with location
Check the installation troubleshooting wiki page if this is not working for you.
If you have multiple HDAs, ensure you have the proper install code for the HDA you are installing.
You obtained it when creating your HDA’s profile or you can get it at your control panel
When your Amahi HDA comes up, you should be able to find the various areas of your HDA:
* The Dashboard:
http://hda - This page is meant to be your “Home Page” at home
* Rest of the setup pages under Setup
* In the Setup area, you can configure Users, Shares, Drive Pooling, Networking, etc., and more importantly,
* Install new apps, like DLNA servers, Wikis, CMSs, Blogs …
* … and more
Here are some tips!
Short URLs: on most operating systems, simply typing hda or setup in the URL box of your web browser will take you to the dashboard and the setup pages! Same with the Apps installed!
Install AmahiTunes, which is one of the most popular apps, then add your music to the music share and fire up iTunes anywhere in your network!
Browse through the apps and install apps that you like!
Back up your system onto the shares in your HDA periodically and stay safe
We hope you enjoyed the experience so far and more so going forward!
We would like to know how it went and how we can improve it!