Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] LMS Bad (?) Install on armel debian

2019-09-18 Thread Michael Herger
directories. Attempting to start over, I tried to uninstall LMS using dpkg and it fails because the package name contains ~, an invalid Maybe all you have to do is escape that character (\~) or put the name in quotes? -- Michael ___

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] LMS Bad (?) Install on armel debian

2019-09-18 Thread mrw
mikeh49 wrote: > Good suggestions, unfortunately don't work. I had already tried quotes, > here's the escape attempt: This works fine for me: Code: dpkg -r logitechmediaserver

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] LMS Bad (?) Install on armel debian

2019-09-18 Thread Michael Herger
root@Dell-M300:~# dpkg -r logitechmediaserver 7.9.2\~1567938514 all dpkg: error: --remove needs a valid package name but '7.9.2~1567938514' is not: illegal package name in specifier '7.9.2~1567938514': character '~' not allowed (only letters, digits and characters '-+._') Isn't the package name

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] LMS Bad (?) Install on armel debian

2019-09-18 Thread mikeh49
Good suggestions, unfortunately don't work. I had already tried quotes, here's the escape attempt: > root@Dell-M300:~# dpkg -r logitechmediaserver 7.9.2\~1567938514 all > dpkg: error: --remove needs a valid package name but '7.9.2~1567938514' > is not: illegal package name in specifier

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] LMS Bad (?) Install on armel debian

2019-09-18 Thread mikeh49
OK, moving too fast, I guess, read too far to the right... Code: root@Dell-M300:~# dpkg -l logitech* Desired=Unknown/Install/Remove/Purge/Hold | Status=Not/Inst/Conf-files/Unpacked/halF-conf/Half-inst/trig-aWait/Trig-pend |/ Err?=(none)/Reinst-required

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] LMS Bad (?) Install on armel debian

2019-09-18 Thread mrw
mikeh49 wrote: > AFAIK, the 5.28 arm build supplied in the package is for armhf, e.g., > rPi. Correct. mikeh49 wrote: > I need it for armel I've pushed a commit with the binaries I have built to a forked LMS, under a branch -my_feature/armel_5.28_binaries-. You should be able to retrieve

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] LMS Bad (?) Install on armel debian

2019-09-18 Thread Michael Herger
I've pushed a commit with the binaries I have built to a forked LMS, under a branch -my_feature/armel_5.28_binaries-. You should be able to retrieve them from that. Commit is here: https://github.com/mw9/slimserver/commit/46c22a3c7e69187a2ead9392c53f1c90790a03fa You could add that link to

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] LMS Bad (?) Install on armel debian

2019-09-18 Thread mrw
mikeh49 wrote: > I think the stuff in the CPAN 5.28 sub directories is wreckage from my > attempt to build the CPAN modules for Perl 5.28. I am 99.9% certain that you are right. I would expect you to find therein the sub-folders + files that you put in there, and that are not part of the Debian

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] LMS Bad (?) Install on armel debian

2019-09-18 Thread mikeh49
AFAIK, the 5.28 arm build supplied in the package is for armhf, e.g., rPi. I need it for armel, e.g. kirkwood SOC typically used in "plug" devices. Kirkwood does not have a hardware floating point unit, so it's done in software. The latest armel CPAN that I know of is 5.20 which is the

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] LMS 7.9.0 cannot see music files on fresh install of OS6 on Netgear ReadyNAS Pro

2019-09-18 Thread deal
I figured out the issue. It was permissions-related. After I reset the permissions on the Music share back to the default, LMS could read the share and scan the music files. But that leaves me with an issue. Currently the guest user and group is the owner of the share as far as I can tell, and I

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] LMS Bad (?) Install on armel debian

2019-09-18 Thread mikeh49
@mwr - Thanks, got them will try with a new install. New install of the latest _arm package: Code: root@Dell-M300:~# dpkg -i logitechmediaserver_7.9.2~1568726655_arm.deb Selecting previously unselected package logitechmediaserver. (Reading database ... 24151

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] LMS Bad (?) Install on armel debian

2019-09-18 Thread mrw
mikeh49 wrote: > @mwr - Thanks, got them will try with a new install. I really don't know what issues you are having. The first paragraph or two of this thread shows how I install an LMS 'deb' package from the command line, using -apt-.

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] LMS Bad (?) Install on armel debian

2019-09-18 Thread mikeh49
I just checked the various directories again, and it's there. I use WinSCP to move files around and check directories on a linux box; I don't know why it wasn't seeing things. I'm now using Terminal on a Mac and it's all there. Strange.

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] LMS Bad (?) Install on armel debian

2019-09-18 Thread mrw
mherger wrote: > You could add that link to > https://github.com/Logitech/slimserver/issues/269 ;-) > Why didn't I think of that ! Duly linked: https://github.com/Logitech/slimserver/issues/269#issuecomment-532895009

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] LMS Bad (?) Install on armel debian

2019-09-18 Thread mikeh49
The easy stuff first, the Dell M300: https://forum.doozan.com/read.php?2,61344 I followed these instructions for jessie, and this sequence: https://forum.doozan.com/read.php?2,28737 - As root, installed LMS, for Jessie I used the _all deb package - Copy the Perl binaries for armel into

Re: [SlimDevices: SqueezeCenter] LMS Bad (?) Install on armel debian

2019-09-18 Thread mikeh49
Works now with @mwr compiled perl 5.28 for armel. Thanks!!! I don't understand the install where it says the home directory /usr/share/squeezeboxserver was not created. It was. All good for the moment. Listening to internet radio. Now to get the favorites, etc from the Arch server.