I I tried to setup multiple times but it did not work. Small detail: During installation of RPI OS, I created not the standard user "pi" I took my name...
I do not see any fix references to ""pi" in the installation script for radioberry
But I give it a try: Again installation of radioberry but driver with standard user ""pi" on my Raspberry
=> After this radioberry service starts up properly...
I don't know why, but seems der is a dependence to user "pi"
So if you have same problem:
=> Try to use standard user "pi"
By the way:
The installation script for PiHPSDR has direct references to user "pi" in directory structure. So if you want to use this script you must use standard user "pi" anyway, or modify the script.