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Re: Wheezy server for SD, SATA or NAND with hotspot - update 27.2.2014
« Reply #330 on: March 27, 2014, 03:40:02 pm »
ok. I'm now on kernel 3.4.79. All is gone fine with this tutorial http://www.cubieforums.com/index.php?topic=504.15. nanda or nand1 is not critical, if the root file-system reside on SATA.

from kernel 3.4.61 to 3.4.79  :D

You can't boot from SATA - your boot part is remaining on NAND (or SD) so in case of troubles you will need to access that.
Yes, but my root partition is there, so in my "uEnv.txt" file is nothing containing nanda. Therefore if the kernel uses nanda or nand1, it will not critical for the update. My boot partition is on the nand part, yes.

p.s.
My blog is running on my Cubie and when I test new image web page goes offline for some minutes :)
Nice. I use the cubietruck for an owncloud instance  :)

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Re: Wheezy server for SD, SATA or NAND with hotspot - update 27.3.2014
« Reply #331 on: March 27, 2014, 03:44:36 pm »
hi slovenia,

The /etc/apt/sources.list in the 1.8hdmi image is a shortened version of that in the 1.7hdmi image - the following command produces an error :- apt-get -y install xorg.
Is there any problem with using /etc/apt/sources.list from the 1.7hdmi image?

Thanks for your work and images. 

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Re: Wheezy server for SD, SATA or NAND with hotspot - update 27.3.2014
« Reply #332 on: March 27, 2014, 06:31:33 pm »
hi slovenia,

The /etc/apt/sources.list in the 1.8hdmi image is a shortened version of that in the 1.7hdmi image - the following command produces an error :- apt-get -y install xorg.
Is there any problem with using /etc/apt/sources.list from the 1.7hdmi image?

Thanks for your work and images.

The list is now auto generated at first boot. It should point to your local Debian mirror and the script looks OK.

Can you post the content?

You can use the one from 1.7

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Re: Wheezy server for SD, SATA or NAND with hotspot - update 27.3.2014
« Reply #333 on: March 27, 2014, 07:51:00 pm »
hi slovenia,
I have reverted to 1.7 for other reasons. What exactly do you use at first boot - hardware scan? [not detected location I hope! I hate google]

Thanks

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Re: Wheezy server for SD, SATA or NAND with hotspot - update 27.3.2014
« Reply #334 on: March 28, 2014, 01:04:02 am »
hi slovenia,
I have reverted to 1.7 for other reasons. What exactly do you use at first boot - hardware scan? [not detected location I hope! I hate google]

Thanks

The command is this:

netselect-apt -s -n -o /etc/apt/sources.list

Default list (equal to all older images) remain intact under sources.list.1234 (just some random number). In case of failure (no network) it does not produce anything.

If this does not work good enough I rather remove it.  :-\ It's not that helpful.
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Re: Wheezy server for SD, SATA or NAND with hotspot - update 27.3.2014
« Reply #335 on: March 28, 2014, 03:47:50 pm »
Hi Slovenia,

I think you have heard enough praises for your package. Thanks so much for the knowledge and the efforts. I have tried Linux but never into it until I got a raspi and recently a CT. There are so much fun and potentials there.

I wanted to modify your script to make some small changes (leds, etc), more like to learn this. I copied the whole package to my local drive (Ubutu 12.4 desktop). In the console I followed the commends. The process went normal until after "loading the basic system". It showed me something like "the $DEST >sd>output> folder (I am not in front of my linux computer now, could not remember very well) for the led control program was not exist. Then it stopped. Would that be a "root" user problem? I did use "sudo". or was that because I used the desktop version and the terminal console? Thanks a lot!
« Last Edit: March 28, 2014, 04:41:20 pm by audioelements »

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Re: Wheezy server for SD, SATA or NAND with hotspot - update 27.3.2014
« Reply #336 on: March 29, 2014, 11:03:21 am »
Can I update from 1.7 without new install?

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Re: Wheezy server for SD, SATA or NAND with hotspot - update 27.3.2014
« Reply #337 on: March 29, 2014, 01:07:04 pm »
Can I update from 1.7 without new install?

Not simple way. You can dl both images, mount them and create list and zip of updated files. Since we have kernel change there will be many of them. Then you unzip this on 1.7 install.

I can prepare this in a week or so.
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Re: Wheezy server for SD, SATA or NAND with hotspot - update 27.3.2014
« Reply #338 on: March 29, 2014, 06:39:23 pm »
Hi and thanks for this nice clean Debian,

I get my Cubietruck today and use your 27.03. build as base for MPD-Server. I miss the sunxi S/PDIF modules. Is there a way to get them without compiling the Kernel? I only got basic Linux knowledge. ::)
« Last Edit: March 29, 2014, 06:44:12 pm by sinum »

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Re: Wheezy server for SD, SATA or NAND with hotspot - update 27.3.2014
« Reply #339 on: March 30, 2014, 02:30:25 am »
Hi and thanks for this nice clean Debian,

I get my Cubietruck today and use your 27.03. build as base for MPD-Server. I miss the sunxi S/PDIF modules. Is there a way to get them without compiling the Kernel? I only got basic Linux knowledge. ::)

Spdif module is enabled in kernel and it should work.
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Re: Wheezy server for SD, SATA or NAND with hotspot - update 27.3.2014
« Reply #340 on: March 30, 2014, 03:29:05 am »
How can I re-enable the LED's?

Also I have installed to HDD using the Sata script and have lost the login option which shows the HDD Temp etc? If someone can please tell me how to re-enable that as well.

Thanks.

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Re: Wheezy server for SD, SATA or NAND with hotspot - update 27.3.2014
« Reply #341 on: March 30, 2014, 04:08:54 am »
Nice, that's why I search the Modules. :D I add this to /etc/mpd.conf

audio_output {
        type            "alsa"
        name            "sunxi-sndspdif"
        device          "hw:1,0"       
        use_mmap        "yes"
        auto_resample   "no"
        auto_channels   "no"
}

and now it works, i get the the MPD-Server running. :)

My Setup sounds really great for its price. Cambridge DacMagic Plus, Amp s.m.s.l SA50+linear Power Supply, Speakers Cantare Spirit, Subwoofer Klipsch SW110 and CubieTruck+SSD.

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Re: Wheezy server for SD, SATA or NAND with hotspot - update 27.3.2014
« Reply #342 on: March 30, 2014, 04:20:45 am »
How can I re-enable the LED's?
Comment the lines in etc/init.d/disable_led.sh should work, I use rcconf to enable LED's but you can't disable them again with rcconf, maybe a Bug?

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Re: Wheezy server for SD, SATA or NAND with hotspot - update 27.3.2014
« Reply #343 on: March 30, 2014, 02:13:09 pm »
Hello,

I got my second cubietruck with 1.000 GB SATA 2,5" HDD. Just downloaded the 1.8 und put it to SD-Card.

Reboot und connected Ethernet and installed to sata.

Everything works fine.

Great work. Much easier than the first cubietruck.

Ciao

Alexander

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Re: Wheezy server for SD, SATA or NAND with hotspot - update 27.3.2014
« Reply #344 on: March 30, 2014, 07:40:39 pm »
Is there a easy way to uninstall "USB redirector", I can't find the uninstall script?

It's usefull for Linux Clients but a Registration Fee of $70 for Windows Clients is a joke.