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RPi + Other Software [HowTo] Test Hyperion.ng Pull Requests on Raspbian/HyperBian/OSMC/LibreELEC

Discussion in 'Software Support' started by Paulchen-Panther, 20 September 2020.

  1. Paulchen-Panther

    Paulchen-Panther Moderator Staff Member Developer

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    English: In this thread I want to show you how to test open 'Pull Requests' from Hyperion.ng that are on GitHub.
    German: In diesem Thread möchte ich euch zeigen, wie man offene 'Pull Requests' von Hyperion.ng die auf GitHub liegen testen kann.

    English: Log in via SSH or open a terminal. Then enter the following command, followed by a valid PR number. An example:
    German: Meldet euch über SSH an oder öffnet einen Terminal. Danach folgenden Befehl eingeben, gefolgt von einer gültigen PR Nummer. Ein Beispiel:

    Code:
    wget -qO- https://git.io/JTlru | bash -s 1014
    English: You can find an overview of all open Pull Requests here:
    German: Eine Übersicht über alle offenen Pull Requests findet ihr hier:

    https://github.com/hyperion-project/hyperion.ng/pulls

    English: In case you don't know where to find the respective Pull Request numbers on GitHub:
    German: Falls ihr nicht wisst wo ihr die jeweiligen Pull Request Nummern auf GitHub findet:

    pr_number.jpg

    Grüße/Greetings
    Paulchen
     
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  2. sergoo_lbt

    sergoo_lbt New Member

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    Please tell me, friends! Current git master HyperBian does it match the current git master Hyperion NG? I saw that Russian was added there? Thanks!
     
  3. Paulchen-Panther

    Paulchen-Panther Moderator Staff Member Developer

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    No

    Yes
     
  4. sergoo_lbt

    sergoo_lbt New Member

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    And how can I install the current git master? Or is it not possible?
     
  5. Paulchen-Panther

    Paulchen-Panther Moderator Staff Member Developer

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  6. sergoo_lbt

    sergoo_lbt New Member

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  7. sergoo_lbt

    sergoo_lbt New Member

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    It worked! But for some reason, the usual alpha 8 was compiled.
     
  8. Paulchen-Panther

    Paulchen-Panther Moderator Staff Member Developer

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    actually should be under "System -> About" the current commit. can you take and post a screenshot of this category on the WebUI?
     
  9. sergoo_lbt

    sergoo_lbt New Member

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    Yes! Sure. I'm back on HyperBian for now. A compiled Hyperion on a different SD. I'll come back from work in the morning and make a screenshot. By the way, I decided that this is not the version because there was no Russian language to choose in the settings.
     
  10. Paulchen-Panther

    Paulchen-Panther Moderator Staff Member Developer

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    I just saw that the two new languages (Russian and Chinese) were reversed with the PR 1008. I think something went wrong while merging. I'll take care of it.
     
  11. sergoo_lbt

    sergoo_lbt New Member

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    OK! Wonderful! I'm very sorry for this, but I'm sure you can answer me friend! In the latest git master you can disable the main instance and disable all the others? I just strongly dream about this feature... once again I apologize for asking about it here!
     
  12. Paulchen-Panther

    Paulchen-Panther Moderator Staff Member Developer

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    That depends on what you mean by deactivating. You can stop and start instances under the "Configuration -> General" category. This is not yet possible on the dashboard.

    The language should be available immediately. I added them back.
     
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  13. sergoo_lbt

    sergoo_lbt New Member

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    Thanks! I'll recompile hyperion tomorrow. Thank you also for your response on disabling instances. I just really miss this feature, thanks to which I would disable the main instance, automatically disable all my wled instances... I hope it will be possible one day.
     
  14. Paulchen-Panther

    Paulchen-Panther Moderator Staff Member Developer

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    Just compiled on my RPi4:

    Screenshot.png
     
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  15. sergoo_lbt

    sergoo_lbt New Member

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    How beautiful it is! Did I understand correctly that I need to completely recompile the image?

    How often does HyperBian update? After the new release? It's just that HyperBian installs much faster.
     
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  17. Awawa

    Awawa Active Member

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    did you enable SPI (dtparam=spi=on) in config?
     
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  18. sergoo_lbt

    sergoo_lbt New Member

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    Everything works perfectly! Great respect to all!
     
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  19. berlinhimmel

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    Hi,

    ich habe so langsam auch Interesse das neue Hyperion NG zu testen, muss aber gesetehen das ich derzeti nur Bahnhof verstehe, wie ich das nun auf einem normalen Raspi OS installiere.

    Ich lese hier was von Kompilieren von Github oder ähnlichem, kann mir daraus aber absolut keinen Reim bilden wie ich das für den Raspi tun soll.
    Und nein ich bin kein totaler Leihe was das Arbeiten mit Terminal usw. anbelangt. Ich bin nur damit überfordert, wenn es für manch Dinge (gerade wenn sie neu sind), keine richtigen Infos gibt, welche Schritte man tun muss. Hat jemand Lust mir da mal ein wenig unter die Arme zu greifen?