Bug #4213

APT unstable stopped updating

Added by dj bloc 6 months ago. Updated 4 months ago.

Status:FixedStart date:2017-02-04
Priority:NormalDue date:
Assignee:-% Done:

100%

Category:-
Target version:-
Found in version:n/a Affected Versions:

Description

Last binary available on https://bintray.com/tvheadend/deb/tvheadend is version 4db3eec. This dates back from 6th Jan Github commit.

History

#1 Updated by Mark Clarkstone 6 months ago

  • Status changed from New to Accepted

Yep, the build scripts have got stuck again.

#3 Updated by Marcin N 6 months ago

nobody fix official tvheadend repo builds ?

#4 Updated by Mark Clarkstone 6 months ago

Marcin N wrote:

nobody fix official tvheadend repo builds ?

Not much can be done as only one person has access to the system & he's not available atm. I could manually push builds to bintray from doozer though but I don't like that idea.

I'm hoping once andoma adds repo support to doozer it can be switched. For now if you want deb packages you can get them from here: https://doozer.io/mpmc/tvheadend/builds

#5 Updated by Marcin N 6 months ago

thanks for doozer repo, for me is enough, but wondering why only one person have access to system, what will be with project when he leave or dont wanna be active anymore ? tvheadend will stop development?

#6 Updated by Mark Clarkstone 6 months ago

Marcin N wrote:

thanks for doozer repo, for me is enough, but wondering why only one person have access to system

Sorry I could've explained it better, my apologies.

By system I meant the build system, not the actual system it's running on. This has happened before & Adam did fix it, it just took a while! I'll try and give him a poke.

what will be with project when he leave or dont wanna be active anymore ? tvheadend will stop development?

You have to remember that Tvheadend is something people work on in their spare time and sometimes other things take priority. Development may slow, but I don't think it'll stop.

#7 Updated by dj bloc 5 months ago

Mark Clarkstone wrote:

I'm hoping once andoma adds repo support to doozer it can be switched. For now if you want deb packages you can get them from here: https://doozer.io/mpmc/tvheadend/builds

I tried a couple of these builds on trusty amd64. Even though both installed ok neither of them run correctly. No website on port 9981 and checking netstat showed no port was being listened to.

Is there a way to download builds from https://doozer.io/tvheadend/tvheadend/builds which tracks the master git?

#8 Updated by Mark Clarkstone 5 months ago

dj bloc wrote:

Mark Clarkstone wrote:

I'm hoping once andoma adds repo support to doozer it can be switched. For now if you want deb packages you can get them from here: https://doozer.io/mpmc/tvheadend/builds

I tried a couple of these builds on trusty amd64. Even though both installed ok neither of them run correctly. No website on port 9981 and checking netstat showed no port was being listened to.

You may need to disable/enable it first before it'll run, for some reason it's not correctly configured on installation.

sudo systemctl disable tvheadend
sudo systemctl enable tvheadend
sudo systemctl start tvheadend

Hopefully it should start working :)

Is there a way to download builds from https://doozer.io/tvheadend/tvheadend/builds which tracks the master git?

The doozer config used in the main Tvheadend repository only runs a make command which won't output any debs. The changes to my doozer branch make it possible. I basically stole it from andoma's movian doozer config, so all credit goes to him. I'm waiting for doozer to get repo support before I make a PR.

I'm also thinking it might make more sense to have just a release and unstable suite rather than the multiple options we have now.

#9 Updated by David jrm 5 months ago

Mark Clarkstone wrote:

dj bloc wrote:

Mark Clarkstone wrote:

I'm hoping once andoma adds repo support to doozer it can be switched. For now if you want deb packages you can get them from here: https://doozer.io/mpmc/tvheadend/builds

I tried a couple of these builds on trusty amd64. Even though both installed ok neither of them run correctly. No website on port 9981 and checking netstat showed no port was being listened to.

You may need to disable/enable it first before it'll run, for some reason it's not correctly configured on installation.

[...]

Hopefully it should start working :)

Is there a way to download builds from https://doozer.io/tvheadend/tvheadend/builds which tracks the master git?

The doozer config used in the main Tvheadend repository only runs a make command which won't output any debs. The changes to my doozer branch make it possible. I basically stole it from andoma's movian doozer config, so all credit goes to him. I'm waiting for doozer to get repo support before I make a PR.

I'm also thinking it might make more sense to have just a release and unstable suite rather than the multiple options we have now.

Hi Mark I have tried what you mentioned here, however Im also unable to access as usual to the web UI... Any idea about how to fix it?

Thanks

#10 Updated by Mark Clarkstone 5 months ago

Hi Mark I have tried what you mentioned here, however Im also unable to access as usual to the web UI... Any idea about how to fix it?

Thanks

If you installed the doozer deb packages make sure you have dvb-apps installed & try starting it again.

If that fails try manually starting it..

sudo -u hts /usr/bin/tvheadend -c /home/hts/.hts/tvheadend

That should tell you what the problem is.

#11 Updated by David jrm 5 months ago

Mark Clarkstone wrote:

Hi Mark I have tried what you mentioned here, however Im also unable to access as usual to the web UI... Any idea about how to fix it?

Thanks

If you installed the doozer deb packages make sure you have dvb-apps installed & try starting it again.

If that fails try manually starting it..

[...]

That should tell you what the problem is.

Thanks a lot Mark! That was what I missed... After install dvb-apps tvh started without issues :)

#12 Updated by Mark Clarkstone 4 months ago

  • Status changed from Accepted to Fixed
  • % Done changed from 0 to 100

The build system is working again.

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