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RPi + LibreELEC [HowTo] Hyperion.ng & LibreELEC (inoffiziell/unofficially)

Discussion in 'Software Support' started by Paulchen-Panther, 19 March 2020.

  1. Kazter

    Kazter New Member

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    Bekomme auch eine Fehlermeldung beim Remote Zugriff. Hängt vermutlich damit zusammen..

    /storage/hyperion/bin/hyperion-remote -e "Rainbow Swirl" -a 192.168.1.113:19444

    Giving me:
    *******************************************************************************
    hyperion-remote:
    Version : 2.0.0-alpha.4 ((HEAD detached at 731b517b) (brindosch-80f7da4d/731b517b-1585347672))
    build time: Mar 28 2020 12:50:27
    Connected to: "192.168.1.113:19444"
    Start effect "Rainbow Swirl"
    Error while reading data from host
    *******************************************************************************
     
  2. Paulchen-Panther

    Paulchen-Panther Active Member Staff Member Developer

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  3. Kazter

    Kazter New Member

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    Dank dir für den Gegentest. Habs gerade nochmal getestet und diesmal klappt es mit dem Remote! Ich werde es beobachten..
     
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  4. Cosmicbase

    Cosmicbase Member

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    So jetzt ein Gegentest mit OpenHabian.
    Auch hier gibt es das Problem.
    Allerdings weil OpenHabian auf den Hyperion.ng Server via Port 19444 zugreifen will.
    Schade den wenn ich OpenHabian nutzen will schießt es mir das Hyperion.
     
  5. howi43

    howi43 New Member

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    Problem solved. I installed LibreElec from scratch, everything is fine now.
    Could have been a sd card problem.

    Installation went fine, the daemon ist there:
    Code:
    788 root       0:02 /storage/hyperion/bin/hyperiond --userdata /storage/hyperion/
    
    but the interface is not reachable, there is no listening port ( 8090, 8091)
    What can I check or do ?¨

    Here is more :

    Code:
    LibreELEC:~/hyperion/bin # ./hyperiond  --debug
    [hyperiond MAIN] <INFO> Set user data path to '/storage/.hyperion'
    [hyperiond DAEMON] <DEBUG> <PythonInit.cpp:33:PythonInit()> Initializing Python interpreter
    [hyperiond SettingsManager] <DEBUG> <SettingsManager.cpp:108:SettingsManager()> Settings database initialized
    [hyperiond EFFECTFILES] <INFO> 38 effects loaded from directory :/effects/
    [hyperiond EFFECTFILES] <INFO> 21 effect schemas loaded from directory :/effects/schema/
    [hyperiond EFFECTFILES] <INFO> 0 effects loaded from directory /storage/.hyperion/custom-effects
    [hyperiond SettingsManager] <DEBUG> <SettingsManager.cpp:108:SettingsManager()> Settings database initialized
    [hyperiond BLACKBORDER] <DEBUG> <BlackBorderProcessor.cpp:65:handleSettingsUpdate()> Set mode to: default
    [hyperiond ComponentRegister] <DEBUG> <ComponentRegister.cpp:36:setNewComponentState()> Blackborder detector: enabled
    [hyperiond DAEMON] <INFO> set screen capture device to 'dispmanx'
    [hyperiond DISPMANXGRABBER] <DEBUG> <Grabber.cpp:34:setVideoMode()> Set videomode to 0
    [hyperiond LEDDEVICE] <INFO> LedDevice 'file' found.
    [hyperiond ComponentRegister] <DEBUG> <ComponentRegister.cpp:36:setNewComponentState()> Smoothing: enabled
    [hyperiond FLATBUFCONNECTION] <INFO> Connecting to Hyperion: 127.0.0.1:19401
    [hyperiond EFFECTENGINE] <INFO> Run effect "Rainbow swirl fast" on channel 0
    [hyperiond EFFECTENGINE] <DEBUG> <EffectEngine.cpp:183:runEffectScript()> Start the effect: name [Rainbow swirl fast], smoothCfg [2]
    [hyperiond HYPERION] <DEBUG> <PriorityMuxer.cpp:158:registerInput()> Register new input 'System/EFFECT' with priority 0 as inactive
    [hyperiond HYPERION] <INFO> Initial foreground effect 'Rainbow swirl fast' started
    [hyperiond EFFECTENGINE] <INFO> Run effect "Warm mood blobs" on channel 254
    [hyperiond EFFECTENGINE] <DEBUG> <EffectEngine.cpp:183:runEffectScript()> Start the effect: name [Warm mood blobs], smoothCfg [2]
    [hyperiond HYPERION] <DEBUG> <PriorityMuxer.cpp:158:registerInput()> Register new input 'System/EFFECT' with priority 254 as inactive
    [hyperiond HYPERION] <INFO> Inital background effect 'Warm mood blobs' started
    [hyperiond HYPERION] <DEBUG> <PriorityMuxer.cpp:158:registerInput()> Register new input 'System/GRABBER' with priority 250 as inactive
    [hyperiond ComponentRegister] <DEBUG> <ComponentRegister.cpp:36:setNewComponentState()> Framegrabber: enabled
    [hyperiond BOBLIGHT] <DEBUG> <BoblightServer.cpp:28:BoblightServer()> Instance created
    [hyperiond ComponentRegister] <DEBUG> <ComponentRegister.cpp:36:setNewComponentState()> LED device: enabled
    [hyperiond HYPERION] <DEBUG> <PriorityMuxer.cpp:238:setInputImage()> Priority 0 is now active
    [hyperiond HYPERION] <DEBUG> <PriorityMuxer.cpp:333:setCurrentTime()> Set visible priority to 0
    [hyperiond HYPERION] <DEBUG> <PriorityMuxer.cpp:198:setInput()> Priority 254 is now active
    
     
    Last edited: 19 April 2020
  6. harun

    harun Member

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  7. NeeeeB

    NeeeeB Member

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    The one from the video is for Raspbian.
    The one from Paulchen-Panther is specifically for LibreElec, and it works "out of the box".
    No need to do additional steps, it is already installed as a service.
    So if you're running LibreElec and want to use Hyperion.ng, Paulchen-Panther one is the road to go ;-)
     
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  8. harun

    harun Member

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    Many thanks buddy
     
  9. Supperka1

    Supperka1 New Member

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    RPi3, +nodeMCU/ESP8266
    Hello with latest alpha 6 script doesn't work .
    Code:
    ##############################################
    #                 LibreELEC                  #
    #            https://libreelec.tv            #
    ##############################################
    
    LibreELEC (official): 9.2.1 (RPi2.arm)
    LibreELEC:~ # wget -qO- https://git.io/JvQ35 | bash
    *******************************************************************************
    This script will install Hyperion.NG on LibreELEC
    Created by brindosch and modified by Paulchen-Panther - hyperion-project.org - the official Hyperion source.
    *******************************************************************************
    ---> Downloading latest release
    ######################################################################## 100.0%
    tar: invalid magic
    tar: short read
    tar: share/hyperion: not found in archive
    chmod: /storage/hyperion/bin: No such file or directory
    ---> Installing systemd script
    *******************************************************************************
    Hyperion.NG installation finished!
    *******************************************************************************
    LibreELEC:~ #
     
  10. Paulchen-Panther

    Paulchen-Panther Active Member Staff Member Developer

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  11. pdecat

    pdecat New Member

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  12. polochon37

    polochon37 Member

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    if [ $RPI_1 -eq 1 ]; then
    HYPERION_RELEASE=$HYPERION_DOWNLOAD_URL/$HYPERION_LATEST_VERSION/Hyperion-$HYPERION_LATEST_VERSION-Linux-armv6hf-rpi.tar.gz
    elif [ $RPI_2_3_4 -eq 1 ]; then
    HYPERION_RELEASE=$HYPERION_DOWNLOAD_URL/$HYPERION_LATEST_VERSION/Hyperion-$HYPERION_LATEST_VERSION-Linux-armv7hf-rpi.tar.gz


    =>

    if [ $RPI_1 -eq 1 ]; then
    HYPERION_RELEASE=$HYPERION_DOWNLOAD_URL/$HYPERION_LATEST_VERSION/Hyperion-$HYPERION_LATEST_VERSION-Linux-armv6l.tar.gz
    elif [ $RPI_2_3_4 -eq 1 ]; then
    HYPERION_RELEASE=$HYPERION_DOWNLOAD_URL/$HYPERION_LATEST_VERSION/Hyperion-$HYPERION_LATEST_VERSION-Linux-armv7l.tar.gz
     
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  13. Paulchen-Panther

    Paulchen-Panther Active Member Staff Member Developer

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    @Supperka1
    English: The bug has been fixed.
    German: Der Fehler wurde behoben.

    English: The installation script on page 1 has been updated.
    German: Das Installationsscript auf Seite 1 wurde aktualisiert.

    Thx to @pdecat @polochon37
     
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  14. Martix90

    Martix90 New Member

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    Hi, first: Thanks very much for the installation script and making HyperionNG available on Libreelec!

    But sadly I have the same problem as howi43. The log ends exactly here - and it seems that no webservice is runnint at this time. I have an RPI3 and tried this with the current version from tonight (alpha6?)

    Do you have an idea what could be the reason?
     
  15. SiLAnceR

    SiLAnceR New Member

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    Hallo zusammen,

    habe nun auch die V2 am Laufen. Jedoch fällt mir auf, dass die ganze Sache nicht so farbenfroh ist, wie bei Hyperion V1.
    Zudem ist ein Flackern zu bemerken. Habt Ihr mir einen Tip?
    Vielen Dank.
     
  16. eMd

    eMd New Member

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    Problem schon allein gelöst.

    Mit freundlichen Grüßen
    eMd
     
    Last edited: 3 July 2020
  17. eMd

    eMd New Member

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    PS: Könnt ich in irgendeiner config auf dem rpi4 hinterlegen einfach alles an den rpi2 zuschicken und der steuert weiter die leds an? Dann müsste ich nicht umbauen Hintern Fernseher.
     
  18. Backebe

    Backebe New Member

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    RPi1/Zero, +nodeMCU/ESP8266
    Frage: Ich habe das aktuelle Libreelec 9.2.3 auf mein rpi Zero w installiert. Leider habe ich hyperion.ng über diesen Befehl nicht zum laufen bekommen (kommen nicht auf das WI). Funktioniert dieser Befehl auch für den Zero?

    Danke
    Gerhard
     
  19. eMd

    eMd New Member

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    Ich glaub das geht nur rpi1-4 laut Script.
     
  20. Backebe

    Backebe New Member

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    RPi1/Zero, +nodeMCU/ESP8266
    Schade! Danke für die Info...