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Re: Ubuntu Bionic for OpenFrame

Posted: Sat Aug 24, 2019 11:12 pm
by roobarb!
pete wrote:
Fri Aug 23, 2019 1:35 pm
Noted that the expandoscript did error out with the root drive name being incorrect so used parted to expand the partition over here.
Thanks for this, Pete - I'll test that next time I'm near the OF2. I have my suspicions as to why that happened.
pete wrote:
Fri Aug 23, 2019 1:35 pm
Next Squeezeplayer as this computer was a Squeezeplayer.
Let me know how you get on - I have not tested the Squeezeplay installer or binaries, so it's really going to be a question of how gracefully it fails. ;)

Though if there are more up-to-date means of installing, it may work quite well!

Re: Ubuntu Bionic for OpenFrame

Posted: Wed Aug 28, 2019 10:52 am
by shadow1901
Hi all

Here are my steps to resize the space from disk.
Check with df -h and you will see, that the space is at limit .
I did to expand for OF2 device the fdisk command.
# fdisk /dev/mmcblk0
then choose "p" for check the disk. Remember the start sektors. Now delete the 2. partition with "d" and build the new partition with "n". My start sektor were at 62501. At end use "w" to write.
So now you have to resize the new partition. resize2fs /dev/mmcblk0p2.

check again with df -h and the space is resized.

regards Shadow1901

Re: Ubuntu Bionic for OpenFrame

Posted: Fri Aug 30, 2019 7:51 pm
by pete
Thank you shadow1901.

Noticed today that my mmc device is labeled mmcblk2p0 and mmcblk2p1.

Updated / Installed newest build today.

This time installing LUbuntu desktop and checking it out.

Everything looks good on the updated build except a full LUbuntu desktop would not fit and ran out of space (apt cache I think).

Went to the LUbuntu core desktop and still under 1 Gb. Redoing the apt cache.

Speaker test works but cannot get audio from desktop (using a you tube video)...next working on this...

Re: Ubuntu Bionic for OpenFrame

Posted: Sat Aug 31, 2019 11:40 pm
by pete
Installing Squeezeplayer next....

/home/joggler# sudo ./sqpinstall.sh
./sqpinstall.sh: 188: [: -ne: argument expected

Installing SqueezePlay...

Fetching SqueezePlay for Joggler v....

--2019-08-31 17:21:04-- https://birdslikewires.net/download/ope ... gler-v.tgz
Resolving birdslikewires.net (birdslikewires.net)... 2001:41d0:8:e648::1, 5.135.163.72
Connecting to birdslikewires.net (birdslikewires.net)|2001:41d0:8:e648::1|:443... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 404 Not Found
2019-08-31 17:21:04 ERROR 404: Not Found.

Fetching SqueezePlay - binaries...

--2019-08-31 17:21:04-- https://birdslikewires.net/download/ope ... nned--.tgz
Resolving birdslikewires.net (birdslikewires.net)... 2001:41d0:8:e648::1, 5.135.163.72
Connecting to birdslikewires.net (birdslikewires.net)|2001:41d0:8:e648::1|:443... connected.
HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 404 Not Found
2019-08-31 17:21:05 ERROR 404: Not Found.

Re: Ubuntu Bionic for OpenFrame

Posted: Sun Sep 01, 2019 12:12 am
by roobarb!
pete wrote:
Sat Aug 31, 2019 11:40 pm
Installing Squeezeplayer next....
Well, that went well. :lol:

Re: Ubuntu Bionic for OpenFrame

Posted: Sun Sep 01, 2019 2:04 pm
by pete
No biggy there Andy.

The newly created OpenFrame 2 device has been working fine with reboots et al. I am thinking this was a new one that has little RWs on the eMMC.

Really would like to fine a mini small SATA drive with a miniPCiE card to replace the internal combo WLAN / Bluetooth card on it. (not mSATA).

The OpenFrame 2's (OpenPeak 2's) do have a little battery in them so that the updated ROM and clock will come back on a cold reboot.

Re: Ubuntu Bionic for OpenFrame

Posted: Mon Sep 02, 2019 10:10 pm
by pete
Tried the download of the Pulse Squeezeplayer tar file.

Worked fine.

Except when I rebooted and journal errors prevented it from going to the desktop.

That and when I SSH'd to the device it because of the drive errors only had read access.

Re: Ubuntu Bionic for OpenFrame

Posted: Tue Sep 10, 2019 8:07 pm
by stephenw10
Hello Joggler fans!

Is this image UEFI only? I'm failing to boot it from Coreboot/Seabios on an otherwise unmodded Joggler.

Dusted it off to maybe use as a dashboard for Grafana in some way. Suggestions welcome!

Steve

Re: Ubuntu Bionic for OpenFrame

Posted: Tue Sep 10, 2019 11:09 pm
by pete
Yes it is only old EFI.

You might be able to install it, switch to seabios and run a boot repair utility to get it working with Seabios. I have not tried. The majority of my devices are running embedded windows with seabios. Well automation / security touchscreens. IE: I run Leviton Omnitouch Pro on these and utilize the HAI touchscreen designer.

Note originally the application was written to run on CE 6.0 and it does fine with updated embedded Windows.

I have one modded Ubuntu Openframe computer here using EFI / SSD / RTC with battery and a small 7 port hub stuck to the back of it and wired to the motherboard.
Using the Avaya boot rom it does boot from the SSD.

Re: Ubuntu Bionic for OpenFrame

Posted: Mon Sep 16, 2019 3:48 pm
by monkeydogcat
Does anyone know if it's at all realistic that the EMGD driver could be made to work on this build? It's easy to get Kodi 17 on this build, just install it from the Ubuntu repo, (for some reason the add-ons repository is not included, you need to install kodi-repository-kodi package to get that), but it won't play HD H2.64 video in a watchable way due to lack of hardware decoding. And video playback from a DLNA server is something I use my Joggler for (with Buzz's Xubuntu build). I'm not afraid of building stuff from source, but I don't know where to start with EMGD. Also that it's not already included in the build make me think it that even it's possible to get it built and working, it'd be a huge amount of work.

Re: Ubuntu Bionic for OpenFrame

Posted: Mon Sep 16, 2019 4:13 pm
by pete
Maybe give this a try...

hxxps://github.com/EMGD-Community/intel-binaries-linux/issues/51

For the OpenFrame 2 with the speakers in front removed the combo Bluetooth / WiFi card and installed an old Crystall HD card which worked at the time with old Linux.

Re: Ubuntu Bionic for OpenFrame

Posted: Tue Sep 17, 2019 4:34 pm
by stephenw10
pete wrote:
Tue Sep 10, 2019 11:09 pm
Yes it is only old EFI.
Ah well that explains it! Thanks.

It's so much easier using an image that can be written and booted directly I was hoping to use this but I guess I can boot and install a standard image.

Is there a list of the modifications this image has anywhere? Anything joggler specific that should be applied to a standard install?

Thanks,
Steve