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

2019-09-21 Thread mikeh49
Yes, we have a 5.2.9 kernel using 1.8 GB of memory and running buster. So far, we can only run the old stock u-boot, but it does work. You can read the whole story on this thread in the doozan forum: Code: Linux version 5.2.9-kirkwood-tld-2 (root@tldDebian) (gcc

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

2019-09-20 Thread mrw
mikeh49 wrote: > Interesting. So the deb package installer will leave the > CPAN/5.28/arch/armel directory in place while replacing (or not) the > other arch directories. Yes. To be precise, the -CPAN/arch/5.28/arm-linux-gnueabi-thread-multi-64int- directory. This particular sub-tree simply

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

2019-09-20 Thread mikeh49
Interesting. So the deb package installer will leave the CPAN/5.28/arch/armel directory in place while replacing (or not) the other arch directories. Or, do these not change once compiled for a specific perl version? This perl version stuff is a pain. There are 6 or so different versions

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

2019-09-20 Thread mikeh49
Interesting. So the deb package installer will leave the CPAN/5.28/arch/armel directory in place while replacing (or not) the other arch directories. Or, do these not change once compiled for a specific perl version? This perl version stuff is a pain. There are 6 or so different versions

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

2019-09-20 Thread mrw
mikeh49 wrote: > Will the armel perl modules be picked up in a future 7.9.2 nightly? I suggest that you assume not. The binaries only benefit a handful of users. But, once installed, the binaries do not conflict with the regular LMS debian package, so you should be able to update LMS without

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

2019-09-19 Thread mikeh49
Will the armel perl modules be picked up in a future 7.9.2 nightly? mikeh49's Profile: http://forums.slimdevices.com/member.php?userid=48620 View this thread: http://forums.slimdevices.com/showthread.php?t=110979

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

2019-09-19 Thread mrw
Well done ! Looks like a nice device. mikeh49 wrote: > I don't understand the install where it says the home directory > /usr/share/squeezeboxserver was not created. It was. It probably already existed, hence not created because no need...

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.

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 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 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 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
@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 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: > 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 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 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
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 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 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 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 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 ___