Please visit my original post on Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/AllStarlink/comments/gt6u1x/anyone_successfully_installed_allstarlink_on_a/ While I am still learning (who isn't?), I have previously created AllStar nodes on Raspberry Pi 2's and 3's. However, for my current project I want to create an AllStar <-> analog <-> DMR bridge on a Raspberry Pi 4. Why? Raspberry Pi 3's don't seem to have enough processor to handle running AllStarLink, analog_bridge, MMDVM_bridge, the MD380 emulator, and Monstar all at once. I presume this is true because the AllStar node works perfectly fine... until I enable the other services. After that the Pi just can't keep up - the audio on AllStar (and on DMR) stutters terribly. So I thought why not try the Pi 4. The problem I'm running into is when I install allstarlink, at the end of the install process it returns the following message: Errors were encountered while processing: asl-dahdi-linux-dkms allstarlink asl-dahdi-linux-tools The Pi 4 I'm using has kernel version 4.19.118-v71+. Any help you could offer would be appreciated.