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32bit and 64bit versions debs
#1
Hello all,

For installing main deamon I will install a debian that's always active on mine vmhost.

after putting info to the sourcelist and apt-get update i'll get the the following error;
Code:
W: Failed to fetch http://apt.pilight.org/dists/stable/Release  Unable to find expected entry '[b]main/binary-amd64[/b]/Packages' in Release file (Wrong sources.list entry or malformed file)

E: Some index files failed to download. They have been ignored, or old ones used instead.
Is this only be possible with an 32 bits version of Debian Version 7?

Greetings,

Mike
 
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#2
The deb package are currently only build for the Raspberry Pi.

You can always compile the latest stable from the stable github pilight branch.
 
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#3
How did You manage the Installation to the Nas?

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#4
By compiling manually. Check the pilight.org installation page on how to do that.
 
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#5
Curlymo,

Thanxs for the input.
Compiling to Debian Version 7_x64 completed :-)
Never done before....Unsure

When starting pilight services the next error occurs :
Code:
root@pilight-master:~/pilight# service pilight start
[....] Starting : [b]pilightwiringPiISR[/b]: wiringPi has not been initialised. Unable to continue.
Hardware JSON file editted ande dissables with option "NONE"!

What's going wrong? Did I mis something?
 
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#6
Post your hardware.json content?
 
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#7
this file edited with;
Code:
{
    "none": { }
}
Just like the manual shows on pilight adhoc network

Hello Curlymo,

Sorry for the miss communication.

Editing the right LOCATION is Major!Dodgy
Code:
root@pilight-master:/etc/pilight# vi ./hardware.json
root@pilight-master:/etc/pilight# ls
hardware.json  hardware.jsonORG  settings.json
root@pilight-master:/etc/pilight# /etc/init.d/pilight start
[ ok ] Starting : pilight.
root@pilight-master:/etc/pilight# ps aux | grep pili
root      2830  0.2  0.1  89732   784 pts/0    Sl   21:31   0:00 /usr/local/sbin/pilight-daemon
root      2858  0.0  0.1   7832   864 pts/0    S+   21:31   0:00 grep pili
Its working now.

I editted the wrong file instead after compiling. (./pilight/hardware.json :-))

Looks good .

Tomorrow I will receive mine first Raspberry Pi.
Now stanbye for settup....

Mine server is running on the attic (VMware) en de Pi is coming in the living-room "ground floor" .

Have a nice evening.
 
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#8
The pilight apt repo now has amd64 support. Will compile for i386 later.
 
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#9
Thanks for the feedback :-)

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#10
32bit ubuntu / debian installs are also supported as of today Smile
 
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