Package Details: logitechmediaserver-git 20210327.21451_359cd3a1d-1

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Package Base: logitechmediaserver-git
Description: Slimserver for Logitech Squeezebox players. This server is also called Logitech Media Server. (Git-Version, if you prefer stability consider using logitechmediaserver instead)
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Keywords: logitech slimserver squeezebox
Licenses: GPL, custom
Provides: logitechmediaserver
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Votes: 8
Popularity: 0.000000
First Submitted: 2015-05-16 16:04
Last Updated: 2021-03-27 12:02

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FabioLolix commented on 2021-10-03 13:10

On a second though this likely can co-exist with logitechmediaserver

FabioLolix commented on 2021-10-02 18:14

hello, conflicts=(logitechmediaserver) is missing commented on 2021-05-31 09:10

For me it seems to work. As for every perl-update do a clean make, so eiher use a fresh snapshot (recommended) or remove the pkg and src dirs and the pkg file itself. makepkg and install by pacman -U.

Corrobor commented on 2021-05-30 07:15

Today archlinux got perl update to 5.34 and now logitech media server git not works. I try to reinstall but i get a makepkg error. Can you check? thanks Edit: i got working again by moving, after the error, the CPAN folder created during the package build, in /opt/Logitechmediaserver-git can you check? commented on 2021-04-01 08:03

@Corrobor This is pretty straight forward: Uninstall logitechmediaserver, backup (no backup no pity!), rename the remaining directory, install logitechmediaserver-git.

No warranty:

cd /opt

pacman -R logitechmediaserver

tar cvzf /opt/logitechmediaserver.tar.gz -C /opt logitechmediaserver

mv /opt/logitechmediaserver /opt/logitechmediaserver-git

Now install the git-version, e.g

pacman -U /path/to/your/logitechmediaserver-git-...pkg.tar.xz

and make sure the owner is correct:

chown -R logitechms:logitechms /opt/logitechmediaserver-git commented on 2021-04-01 07:49

@fragfutter I tried to find a way to do that but afaik every possible entrypoint like pkgver() is executed after downloading the defined sources. So I simply didn't find a way to build the URL you mentioned as a source. Maybe someone more advanced has a solution for this?

So this would require some dirty workarounds. Not defining any source, determining the git hash in prepare(), dowloading and extracting the source there and so on.

fragfutter commented on 2021-03-29 15:59

@corrobor it now clones the complete repository (which is quite large). It can be deleted after the build. As the PKGBUILD has a reference to the githash in the version, couldn't we just use a source like commented on 2021-03-27 12:08

I've added nasm as dependency und changed the PKGBUILD to become a "real" Git-Package. This should make sure we always install the latest version from upstream. Be prepared, I've avoided this for a very long time because upstream never rebases the repo. So this will need at least 2GB of free disk space to build, growing.

mervinb commented on 2020-11-18 23:50

Yes, it's confirmed working for both x86_64 and aarch64. I've not done thorough testing, but my usual library playback, Tidal and BBC iPlayer all work fine. Tidal failed about a week ago. The git hashes were from yesterday's latest commits.

Please add the dependency nasm for x86_64 also. If I recall, earlier on in testing I found that some perl ssl libraries are needed, but I'm not sure which ones. commented on 2020-11-18 18:40

If you can confirm the latest (or at least the githashes below) commit works on x86_64 and maybe armhf, I could happily update the aur package :)