I've just finished building a working set of docker containers for indiserver. This includes both x86 and Raspbian images. I've tested it on both platforms without any problems.
For those of you who haven't used Docker before, it's a really nice way to encapsulate and deploy a service along with all of its dependencies. For example, to run the indiserver with all the simulators with a stock RPI you just need to run the following command (no downloading or installing needed other than installing docker-engine)
docker run --rm -ti seanhoughton/indiserver:1.3.1
When the process is stopped (with ctrl-c in this case) the container is removed and your system is left in the same state as before you started it. No bit-rot, no dependency hell, etc. The image is cached locally so future runs start almost instantly. If you want to try a different version just change the version tag of the image and start it.