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Bug #5673

Buster armhf Builds

Added by cy clic about 2 years ago. Updated about 1 month ago.

Status:
Accepted
Priority:
Normal
Assignee:
-
Category:
-
Target version:
-
Start date:
2019-06-30
Due date:
% Done:

0%

Estimated time:
Found in version:
Not applicable
Affected Versions:

Description

Raspberry downloads have now moved to buster.
(Linux h3 4.19.50-v7+ #896 SMP Thu Jun 20 16:11:44 BST 2019 armv7l GNU/Linux)

Following the tvh download page instructions for debian yields error on "apt update" :
Hit:1 http://archive.raspberrypi.org/debian buster InRelease
Hit:2 http://raspbian.raspberrypi.org/raspbian buster InRelease
Ign:3 https://apt.tvheadend.org/stable buster InRelease
Err:4 https://apt.tvheadend.org/stable buster Release
404 Not Found [IP: 104.31.95.73 443]
Reading package lists... Done
E: The repository 'https://apt.tvheadend.org/stable buster Release' does not have a Release file.
N: Updating from such a repository can't be done securely, and is therefore disabled by default.
N: See apt-secure(8) manpage for repository creation and user configuration details

Am I doing something wrong? - i.e. there is a buster build
Or if there is not one - is there a buster build in the offing?

History

#1

Updated by Mark Clarkstone about 2 years ago

Buster isn't actually released yet, however I'll put in a request to have buster added as a target to doozer.io on armhf. I'll also set-up a local builder on a Pi when I get the chance (and upload the armhf packages here)

Please bump this issue in a few days if I haven't replied.

#2

Updated by Mark Clarkstone about 2 years ago

  • Status changed from New to Accepted
#3

Updated by Mark Clarkstone about 2 years ago

As a temporary measure until apt.tvheadend.org catches up builds can be downloaded and installed from here -> https://cloud.disroot.org/s/y3YtbkrgFodCwdH

#4

Updated by cy clic about 2 years ago

Mark Clarkstone wrote:

https://cloud.disroot.org/s/y3YtbkrgFodCwdH

Many thanks for your prompt workaround.

Ran stable on latest raspianbuster on pi3b+ with USB-DVB-T2
(Linux h3 4.19.50-v7+ #896 SMP armv7l GNU/Linux)
There were unsatisfieds reported which I manually installed + "apt --fix-broken install"
Seems to work ok - but I have not really used it under stress
-----
Ran stable followed by unstable on latest raspianbuster on pi4b-4G with Sat>ip 8 28.2E tuners
(Linux h3 4.19.50-v7+ #896 SMP armv7l GNU/Linux - also)
There were also unsatisfieds reported which I manually installed + "apt --fix-broken install"
Seems to work - but I cannot really use it because:
Finds all muxes (except last 37) and all services (real fast!) but only Sky Bouquets
i.e No Freesat Bouquets
I have tried at length all the old tricks to deliver them - but no luck.
Looks to me like even with OTA UK Freesat & OTA Freesat (EIT) enabled,
it only uses the slow epg and not the high speed epg
Same on all 3 Freesat home Txprs.

(Deja Vu)

#5

Updated by cy clic about 2 years ago

cy clic wrote:

Mark Clarkstone wrote:

https://cloud.disroot.org/s/y3YtbkrgFodCwdH

(Deja Vu)

No more.

Your 4.3-1801 package
(with both gigabit Ethernets working per HTTP://tvheadend.org/issues/5677)
is now fully working for 4 days no hiccups.

Configuration:
Pi4b 4GB raspian lite, headless
with no special cooling,
with on board full gigabit ethernet eth0 used for normal normal LAN e.g. NAS for storage, Kodi clients, etc.
Full gigabit adapter eth1 on USB3 with own private subnet dedicated to satip traffic
(single direct point to point RJ45 to 8 a tuner sat>ip server for satip traffic)

I have switched from osmc to LibreElec which seems more responsive and stable at present.

Now very usable. Thanks to all.

#6

Updated by Mark Clarkstone about 2 years ago

  • File tvheadend_4.2.8-32~g2d020e8f2_armhf.buildinfo added
  • File tvheadend_4.2.8-32~g2d020e8f2_armhf.changes added
  • File tvheadend_4.2.8-32~g2d020e8f2_armhf.deb added
  • File tvheadend_4.3-1805~gdca46eedd_armhf.buildinfo added
  • File tvheadend_4.3-1805~gdca46eedd_armhf.changes added
  • File tvheadend_4.3-1805~gdca46eedd_armhf.deb added
  • File tvheadend-dbg_4.2.8-32~g2d020e8f2_armhf.deb added
  • File tvheadend-dbg_4.3-1805~gdca46eedd_armhf.deb added
#7

Updated by Mark Clarkstone almost 2 years ago

  • File deleted (tvheadend_4.2.8-32~g2d020e8f2_armhf.buildinfo)
#8

Updated by Mark Clarkstone almost 2 years ago

  • File deleted (tvheadend-dbg_4.3-1805~gdca46eedd_armhf.deb)
#9

Updated by Mark Clarkstone almost 2 years ago

  • File deleted (tvheadend-dbg_4.2.8-32~g2d020e8f2_armhf.deb)
#10

Updated by Mark Clarkstone almost 2 years ago

  • File deleted (tvheadend_4.3-1805~gdca46eedd_armhf.deb)
#11

Updated by Mark Clarkstone almost 2 years ago

  • File deleted (tvheadend_4.2.8-32~g2d020e8f2_armhf.changes)
#12

Updated by Mark Clarkstone almost 2 years ago

  • File deleted (tvheadend_4.3-1805~gdca46eedd_armhf.buildinfo)
#13

Updated by Mark Clarkstone almost 2 years ago

  • File deleted (tvheadend_4.3-1805~gdca46eedd_armhf.changes)
#14

Updated by Mark Clarkstone almost 2 years ago

  • File deleted (tvheadend_4.2.8-32~g2d020e8f2_armhf.deb)
#15

Updated by Mark Clarkstone almost 2 years ago

New unstable build and moved the files to disroot.org for better uptime!

-> https://cloud.disroot.org/s/y3YtbkrgFodCwdH

Previous files attached here have been removed to prevent people getting size mismatch issues

#16

Updated by Oldrich Jedlicka almost 2 years ago

Would it be possible to get regular automated builds for armhf, please? And thanks for your effort!

#17

Updated by M. Bergmann almost 2 years ago

@Oldrich Jedlicka:

What about the ppa provided by Michael Marley?
[[https://tvheadend.org/projects/tvheadend/wiki/AptRepositories#Ubuntu-PPA]]

#18

Updated by A L 12 months ago

Is there any chance that this will allow access to updated unstable builds for ARM devices?

https://bintray.com/tvheadend/deb

#19

Updated by Flole Systems 12 months ago

A L wrote:

Is there any chance that this will allow access to updated unstable builds for ARM devices?

https://bintray.com/tvheadend/deb

No, because bintray is no longer used for builds.

#20

Updated by Nihil Baxter 12 months ago

A L wrote:

Is there any chance that this will allow access to updated unstable builds for ARM devices?

https://bintray.com/tvheadend/deb

I don't know why its so hard to make official arm builds, btw, its easy to build it ;-)

My latest builds: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1biBHWLb8nm_IKrXqfkUoDTbmT7xJAwrL?usp=sharing

#21

Updated by Flole Systems 12 months ago

There are official arm builds, so it's not hard. For Buster-support you would have to make sure that our buildsystem at doozer.io supports it, sadly that is still not the case after a year of waiting so buster support has been removed again from the repo.

#22

Updated by saen acro 12 months ago

Flole Systems wrote:

There are official arm builds, so it's not hard. For Buster-support you would have to make sure that our buildsystem at doozer.io supports it, sadly that is still not the case after a year of waiting so buster support has been removed again from the repo.

Why you need this, when can be build on device directly?

#23

Updated by A L 11 months ago

Thanks for your replies.

Nihil Baxter - can I just check, then, that your latest builds would work on my machine (i.e. an Odroid HC2, running Openmediavault 5 (which is based upon Debian Buster))?

#24

Updated by Nihil Baxter 11 months ago

Should work, for me builds are running fine on odroid hc1 and armbian buster.
Uploaded latest build right now ;-)

#25

Updated by Asd asdas 4 months ago

@Nihil Baxter:

I found your raspbian builds but I am unable to install them. Would you be so kind and give a comprehensive installation instructions?
Thanx.

#26

Updated by A L 3 months ago

Hi Nihil - I would also be really grateful for some instructions on how to use your latest builds to upgrade my system.

I think a lot of people will be really grateful to you for the uploads, linked above.

#27

Updated by A L 3 months ago

gda

#28

Updated by A L 3 months ago

I have a few issues with my upgrade but, rather than muddy this thread with the details, have started a separate thread:

https://tvheadend.org/boards/5/topics/44775

#29

Updated by Nihil Baxter 3 months ago

Hey, i uploaded latest build minutes ago, its running fine here.
I just install with dpkg -i , nothing more. But as seen in your other post it seems you have some missing dependencies. Maybe its because i compiled with newer multimedia packages, so just look here:
http://deb-multimedia.org . You should put the right repo in your apt sources and do an apt-upgrade, that should work.

#30

Updated by A L 3 months ago

Perfect - thanks very much Nihil.

May I just double-check what I need to do, before I do anything (sorry - am very much still a beginner at Linux)?

Do I simply need to add

deb http://www.deb-multimedia.org buster main non-free

to /etc/apt/sources.list

and that is literally all I have to do?

#31

Updated by Nihil Baxter 3 months ago

Bit late, sry ;-) But yes, that should work. Or you use some local mirror. Btw, i have buster-backports enabled too, but i don't think its absolutely needed.
Could you get it working?

#32

Updated by A L 3 months ago

Hi Nihili - unfortunately, I never did get it working.

I tried all sorts of things and ended up adding all sort of extra repositories and files but my system kept complaining that either things were missing or that certain things were installed that were of the wrong version.

For some reason, despite having similar setups, mine is different enough to not be able to use your newer builds.

To be honest, TVH on my system is very stable at the moment so it is not the end of the end of the world.

Thank you, however, for your assistance - really appreciate it.

#33

Updated by Márton Bacsó about 1 month ago

Dear Nihil,

Thank you for the builds :-). I have followed your instructions and the last build which works on my Pi 4 (running the latest buster) is 1946. 1966 and 1974 need a newer libpcre3 (tvheadend depends on libpcre3 (>= 2:8.41)). Is it possible that it will be only available in Bullseye?

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