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  • #1670
    naturedudeks
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    I’m a newbie. How do I install on ClarkConnect?

    #12270
    rpedde
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    @naturedudeks wrote:

    I’m a newbie. How do I install on ClarkConnect?

    ClarkConnect is (I believe) a redhat enterprise linux repackage (RHEL4? RHEL3?) I have specfiles to build rpms for RHEL5 and FC, but I haven’t started building them yet.

    I hope soon to be doing that, and I’ll probably do RHEL4/CentOS packages at that time that will work.

    If you aren’t in a hurry, I’d say wait a couple weeks, and I’ll probably have packages.

    — Ron

    #12271
    naturedudeks
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    Fantastic, thanks rpedde!!!

    #12272
    schiers
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    Moin,

    in a project of the German computer magazine c’t, they developed a debian/etch+XEN based distribution for which a debian package is available that contains an installed ClarcConnect in a XEN DomU.

    Maybe it’s interesting to look after it. The other DomU is an Endian based firewall. I guess a vdr DomU will follow and I will install mt-dappd inside of it. 8)

    If you are able: http://www.heise.de/ct/projekte/srv/

    BR,
    Carsten.

    #12273
    naturedudeks
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    Ron, I think I figured this out. I installed mt-daapd 2.4 in .rpm for fedora 4 after installing dependencies howl, libhowl.so.0, libid3tag. Web admin helped me through it using findrpm. Then I edited mt-daapd.conf and started the process.

    Does that all sound right to you? I’m such a noobee… I don’t have an itunes mac here to test it but should this weekend. Anything I should be worried about using these older versions? Will .flac files be a problem?

    Thanks!!!

    @rpedde wrote:

    @naturedudeks wrote:

    I’m a newbie. How do I install on ClarkConnect?

    ClarkConnect is (I believe) a redhat enterprise linux repackage (RHEL4? RHEL3?) I have specfiles to build rpms for RHEL5 and FC, but I haven’t started building them yet.

    I hope soon to be doing that, and I’ll probably do RHEL4/CentOS packages at that time that will work.

    If you aren’t in a hurry, I’d say wait a couple weeks, and I’ll probably have packages.

    — Ron

    #12274
    rpedde
    Participant

    @naturedudeks wrote:

    Ron, I think I figured this out. I installed mt-daapd 2.4 in .rpm for fedora 4 after installing dependencies howl, libhowl.so.0, libid3tag. Web admin helped me through it using findrpm. Then I edited mt-daapd.conf and started the process.

    Does that all sound right to you? I’m such a noobee… I don’t have an itunes mac here to test it but should this weekend. Anything I should be worried about using these older versions? Will .flac files be a problem?

    Thanks!!!

    @rpedde wrote:

    @naturedudeks wrote:

    I’m a newbie. How do I install on ClarkConnect?

    ClarkConnect is (I believe) a redhat enterprise linux repackage (RHEL4? RHEL3?) I have specfiles to build rpms for RHEL5 and FC, but I haven’t started building them yet.

    I hope soon to be doing that, and I’ll probably do RHEL4/CentOS packages at that time that will work.

    If you aren’t in a hurry, I’d say wait a couple weeks, and I’ll probably have packages.

    — Ron

    That will work, but 0.2.4 doesn’t do flac. You’ll need to find a newer version to do that.

    — Ron

    #12275
    naturedudeks
    Participant

    Shoot…and I thought I had it! I take it the best way for that is one of your upcoming builds? Any idea when a red hat RPM (for CC/CentOS) will be available?

    Thanks!

    #12276
    rpedde
    Participant

    @naturedudeks wrote:

    Shoot…and I thought I had it! I take it the best way for that is one of your upcoming builds? Any idea when a red hat RPM (for CC/CentOS) will be available?

    Thanks!

    I’ll work on it tonight.

    — Ron

    #12277
    naturedudeks
    Participant

    Thanks Ron! I surely appreciate your help. (And my kids, even more so!) Let’s see if I can do this and not break anything on my new Linux setup…

    Oh well, first time to learn, second time to use, eh?

    #12278
    rpedde
    Participant

    @naturedudeks wrote:

    Thanks Ron! I surely appreciate your help. (And my kids, even more so!) Let’s see if I can do this and not break anything on my new Linux setup…

    Oh well, first time to learn, second time to use, eh?

    True. I got the 64 bit RHEL5 installed, I’m installing the 32 bit RHEL5 right now.

    #12279
    naturedudeks
    Participant

    Any luck with this Ron?

    Thanks!

    #12280
    naturedudeks
    Participant

    ping

    #12281
    rpedde
    Participant

    @naturedudeks wrote:

    ping

    oieee!

    Working on it, working on it. Just slow. Plus not feeling well last week.

    #12282
    naturedudeks
    Participant

    Sorry to hear that Ron, hope you feel better. Just wanted to make sure it wasnt done and I didn’t know where to look.

    #12283
    naturedudeks
    Participant

    Oh, by the way…it (CC) is CentOS4, based on RHEL 4.

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