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About antonellocaroli

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  1. Yes, it is a similar problem to the_bat, the only way is to start directly from version 6.30 :(
  2. 0.9.10-arm64 cd /tmp wget https://github.com/antonellocaroli/hqpwv-arm64/releases/download/0.9.10-arm64/hqpwv-server-linux-arm64.zip unzip hqpwv-server-linux-arm64.zip mkdir /opt/hqpwv mv hqpwv-server-linux-arm64 /opt/hqpwv/ /opt/hqpwv/hqpwv-server-linux-arm64
  3. Anyway, it doesn't depend on the messages you saw on the kernel... it always gives those by default. It's a problem of package conflicts, I just tried it on a 6.20 image and it worked. Probably something you were carrying with you from before, I recently added features, that if something goes wrong during the update the process stops, in previous updates it continued the same.... You'd better start directly from an image of version 6.30... version update is something I'm trying to improve...but it still has a few bugs here and there....but I must admit it's a lot of work to get the up
  4. mhhh, on which system exactly? Embedded or xfce4? yes, I changed the service that hosted my site, in this change I was not able to transport the domain, for my inexperience in these things....so I took another, temporarily ... I hope ... https://gentooplayers.com/ in my signature anyway is updated....
  5. if you have instructions on how to compile it, I can try to compile it directly on an arm64 system....
  6. on my system it seems not to work.... node:internal/validators:119 throw new ERR_INVALID_ARG_TYPE(name, 'string', value); ^ TypeError [ERR_INVALID_ARG_TYPE]: The "path" argument must be of type string. Received undefined at new NodeError (node:internal/errors:363:5) at validateString (node:internal/validators:119:11) at Object.resolve (node:path:1098:7) at resolveMainPath (node:internal/modules/run_main:15:40) at Function.executeUserEntryPoint [as runMain] (node:internal/modules/run_main:73:24) at node:internal/main/run_main_module:17:47 { code: 'ERR_INVA
  7. try to update the firmware WI > Update/Install/Remove > Firmware Update
  8. It doesn't have to go beyond that step. it does. The errors you see are all expected, and have nothing to do with the network. did you also put noeth.dtbo?
  9. from this screenshot it seems that the network has started... the green led should be steady and the orange one should be blinking
  10. the boot is right, it does not reach the login. Strange that it doesn't see the network...no idea...have you modified any files? but it worked for another user here...
  11. Yes. is the led on the lan connector on?
  12. it's not locked, it's started, gentooplayer has not enabled, by default, the login screen. if it is connected to the lan network you should find it and connect with a browser to ip:5000 from what i see in the picture it seems that it is not connected to a router with a lan cable
  13. on gentooplayer without modifying anything should start, the kernel for cm4 is already included....where does it get blocked?
  14. @llamaluv I was making an ebuild for gentoo linux, so I could install it through portage, with the related init script to launch it as a service, but I noticed a couple of things you should make a bit more "standard". the name of the zipper file would be better like: hqpwv-server-0.9.5-linux.zip the binary included inside should have a name without version like hqpwv-server or hqpwv-server.bin the bin dot is not necessary, but if you can't do without it. Another question is: do you plan to release a binary for arm64 as well?
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