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Old 21st May 2019, 06:04 PM   #2771
D3nsityD3nt is offline D3nsityD3nt  Italy
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On my botic 4.5 placed on eMMC I was experimenting with your examples of network directories to my PC.
My pc name on the net is DESKTOP-5LSFDSN, user name Living Room. No password.and condivided volder E://Music
This didn’t work
//192.168.1.167/Music /data cifs uid=mpd,file_mode=0777,dir_mode=0777,iochars et=utf8,rsize=130048,wsize=4096 0 0
I skipped password as there is none. Didn’t work naither.
//192.168.1.167/Music /data cifs username= DESKTOP-5LSFDSN ,uid=mpd,file_mode=0777,dir _mode=0777,iochars et=utf8,rsize=130048,wsize=4096 0 0
Should I write Password=none?
Or should I use Living Room (Living_Room) instead of DESKTOP-5LSFDSN?
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Old 21st May 2019, 06:06 PM   #2772
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Ok, thanks this makes thing clear. I thought that is necessary to work in the root directory. But using sudo in debian dir, I can do basicaly the same things as I understood.
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Old 21st May 2019, 06:13 PM   #2773
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On my botic 4.5 placed on eMMC I was experimenting with your examples of network directories to my PC.
My pc name on the net is DESKTOP-5LSFDSN, user name Living Room. No password.and condivided volder E://Music
This didnít work
//192.168.1.167/Music /data cifs uid=mpd,file_mode=0777,dir_mode=0777,iochars et=utf8,rsize=130048,wsize=4096 0 0
I skipped password as there is none. Didnít work naither.
//192.168.1.167/Music /data cifs username= DESKTOP-5LSFDSN ,uid=mpd,file_mode=0777,dir _mode=0777,iochars et=utf8,rsize=130048,wsize=4096 0 0
Should I write Password=none?
Or should I use Living Room (Living_Room) instead of DESKTOP-5LSFDSN?
It is not PC name but your ID for PC. If not set, remove username and password. OKAY?
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Old 21st May 2019, 06:31 PM   #2774
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It is not PC name but your ID for PC. If not set, remove username and password. OKAY?
If not work, then insert username="Living Room",password=none or username only

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Old 22nd May 2019, 06:10 AM   #2775
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This didn’t work
//192.168.1.167/Music /data cifs uid=mpd,file_mode=0777,dir_mode=0777,iochars et=utf8,rsize=130048,wsize=4096 0 0
I skipped password as there is none. Didn’t work naither.
//192.168.1.167/Music /data cifs username= DESKTOP-5LSFDSN ,uid=mpd,file_mode=0777,dir _mode=0777,iochars et=utf8,rsize=130048,wsize=4096 0 0
Should I write Password=none?
Or should I use Living Room (Living_Room) instead of DESKTOP-5LSFDSN?
Probably the lines above would be incomplete but I realized that my procedural order for cifs and mpd installation was not accurate. The point is that you can not edit /etc/fstab before MPD installation, because there is no mpd for uid. Trying mount -a without installation will always fail because of no user called mpd.
So please edit /etc/fstab after mpd installation. My sincere apologies to you for this inconvenience.

Regards,
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Old 22nd May 2019, 04:28 PM   #2776
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Probably the lines above would be incomplete but I realized that my procedural order for cifs and mpd installation was not accurate. The point is that you can not edit /etc/fstab before MPD installation, because there is no mpd for uid. Trying mount -a without installation will always fail because of no user called mpd.
So please edit /etc/fstab after mpd installation. My sincere apologies to you for this inconvenience.

Regards,
Hello twluke. No need for apologies. If so then from my side rather as I was pretty intense.
That is good news. I have done some more homework yesterday and I have installed everything up to the point of mpd. Squeezelite works and I'm ready for mpd and connection to my pc server. I could not do anything with your copy of the botic as it is set to read only, and that was little over my strenght :-). Therefore I started from a scratch and it went smoothly good. This evening I will do a backup, and then if time stand by me, all the rest. I will also revisit my pc setup and firewall settings (Kaspersky).
I will report on how Im doing.
Now I'm looking into may stock of chockes and caps as I see that I need separate and very good power to the cronus.

Best regards
Kris
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Old 22nd May 2019, 06:19 PM   #2777
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Hi, many thanks for your comment.

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I could not do anything with your copy of the botic as it is set to read only, and that was little over my strenght :-).
I know occasionally this happens. It is due to the primary UUID setting of /etc/fstab in the original image disk.
After booting from eMMC, insert the SD card to which the .img file was copied into the SD slot and do lsblk -f as root. The results will be shown like the example below:
Code:
root@arm:~# lsblk -f
NAME         FSTYPE LABEL  UUID                                 MOUNTPOINT
mmcblk0                                                         
└─mmcblk0p1  ext4   rootfs 4e974568-171a-423a-8145-0228a5685b42 
mmcblk1                                                         
└─mmcblk1p1  ext4   rootfs 3c6b1707-1c88-448d-9e41-8d72540eec34 /
mmcblk1boot0                                                    
mmcblk1boot1
Remember the UUID of /dev/mmcblk0p1 and replace the UUID in the /etc/fstab of the copied SD card with it by editing. After that the read-only problem will be solved.

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Therefore I started from a scratch and it went smoothly good. This evening I will do a backup, and then if time stand by me, all the rest. I will also revisit my pc setup and firewall settings (Kaspersky).

I will report on how Im doing.
Now I'm looking into may stock of chockes and caps as I see that I need separate and very good power to the cronus.

Best regards
Kris
That is a very good news. Now you appear to begin to walk on your own feet.

Regards,

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Old 22nd May 2019, 07:44 PM   #2778
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Hi, many thanks for your comment.

That is a very good news. Now you appear to begin to walk on your own feet.

Regards,
Rather knees and elbows :-) But you have to start from somwhere. I need to get armed in some patience, cause as youv'e said, there is a long and bumpy road to go.

Thanks for info

Regards
Kris
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Old 25th May 2019, 11:40 AM   #2779
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Please be informed everyone that the Arch Linux botic kernel repository GitHub - coroner21/linux-am33xbot: Arch Linux ARM Kernel with botic patches has been updated to linux version 5.1.3.
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Old 27th May 2019, 11:36 AM   #2780
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@coroner21: Would you mind uploading again the image you mentioned in #2621 (or a newer one)?
I messed up mpd on my installation.
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