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    Asset UPnP for Raspberry pi

    Asset UPnP is now available on the Raspberry pi, this cheap $25 computer is ideal to run a lightweight UPnP server that is totally silent, pair with a USB flash disk

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    Last edited by Spoon; 03-13-2014 at 08:55 AM.

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    Re: Asset UPnP for Raspberry pi

    OMG, exciting! Though what I would really like to see is Renaissance on the Raspberry Pi - any chance?

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    Re: Asset UPnP for Raspberry pi

    Yes is happening, soon....pi here we come.

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    Re: Asset UPnP for Raspberry pi

    Spoon
    I was following your instructions step by step and also looked upon capitalization and the proper chmodding.
    When I was trying to start AssetUPnP, I always got back the error
    -bash ./AssetUPnP: cannot find file or folder

    I also was trying to start Asset by entering the full path
    /usr/bin/asset/bin/AssetUPnP
    no change...

    I checked with the dir - command,whether the file was there, and it was: inside the bin-directory, I did find AssetUPnP amongst other files. So, what did I do wrong?

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    Re: Asset UPnP for Raspberry pi

    do:

    cd /usr/bin/asset/bin

    then:

    ls -l

    you should see AssetUPnP

    when you are in this folder:

    ./AssetUPnP

    should start it

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    Re: Asset UPnP for Raspberry pi

    Did exactly as you said:
    I do see
    -rwxr-xr-x 1 pi pi 2513224 Okt 21 21:57 AssetUPnP

    when I try to start it with ./AssetUPnP

    I do get the error message
    -bash ./AssetUPnP: Datei oder Verzeichnis nicht gefunden (which translated means "cannot find file oder folder".

    I did delete the asset directory and started from scratch: same issue
    I deleted the asset directory and tried it with your debian x86 version, just to see: there, the error message was "cannot execute the program" which for me means, that RPi can find the file there, but of course not exexute it since it is not compiled for the RPi...
    So, what's your suggestion to try?

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    Re: Asset UPnP for Raspberry pi

    Reinstall the Pi version, then:

    cd /usr/bin/asset/bin

    sudo ./AssetUPnP

    Does it run? if not:

    sudo rm abc

    It should say it cannot find the file abc

    sudo rm AssetUPnP

    does it delete the file (without saying it cannot find it)?

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    Re: Asset UPnP for Raspberry pi

    Not working, still...
    I deleted the whole asset folder with rm -r asset
    reinstalled the Raspberry version
    looked into the bin-directory with the dir-command, AssetUPnP was there
    tried to also start it with the sudo-commanc, which just produced the same error message
    removed the file with the rm-command - it DID delete the file without error-messages
    looked into the bin-directory with the dir-command to confirm: AssetUPnP IS deleted

    So I assume, since the FILE itself IS there, that somehow, this file itself produces an error - or do we have a path error????? But then I guess I could not cd into all the directories inside /usr/bin/asset.
    btw.: I also did chmod 777 the file AssetUPnP (no complaints of not finding the file)....

    just to be on the sure side, I updated my Raspberry with apt-get update && apt-get upgrade (now I am running Debian 7 (wheezy))
    and the uname -rms command shows linux 3.6.11+ armv361
    and also updated the firmware with rpi-update
    and then installed Asset again.

    Still it will complain about not finding AssetUPnP - does this file have any dependencies, it needs, or does it internally refer to anything it needs but cannot find?
    Last edited by dvdr; 10-27-2013 at 08:09 AM.

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    Re: Asset UPnP for Raspberry pi

    You are running raspbian as the OS for pi?

    you should be able to:

    file AssetUPnP

    and

    ldd AssetUPnP

    cd /usr/bin/asset/bin

    What output is shown for these, check this thread also, it is similar (where a program could not run):

    http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3//v...p?f=53&t=41139

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    Re: Asset UPnP for Raspberry pi

    Spoon, we're getting closer...
    It says "ELF 32-bit LSB executable, ARM version 1 (SYSV), dynamically linked (uses shared libs), for GNU/Linux 2.6.26, ...... Not stripped)
    And as for the ldd command:
    "Not a dynamic executable"

    Followed your link, but another thread seemed to have an explanation (which wastoomuch for a linux novice like me):
    http://www.raspberrypi.org/phpBB3/vi...p?f=33&t=26429

    I am using a prebuilt image and installed things on top of it, so the only thing I know that I do have something like a softfloat wheezy....

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    Re: Asset UPnP for Raspberry pi

    "Soft-float Debian Wheezy -- Nearly identical to Raspbian Wheezy, this version uses a soft-float application binary interface (ABI) rather than the hard-float of Raspbian, slowing performance, but allowing for compatibility with some specialty software that doesn't work with hard-float ABI."

    We look into our compiler settings to see if anything can be done, I think this version is not a popular one. It is possible we need the hard float.

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    Re: Asset UPnP for Raspberry pi

    So this currently only supports mounted usb storage? Will there be future support for NAS storage?

    Great to see this is in development, I have been waiting a while for this!

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    Re: Asset UPnP for Raspberry pi

    Good day!

    Looks like an exciting development. I was wondering whether instead of usb flash drive would it work with an external HDD drive (say 2TB)?

    I am hoping to transcode ALAC to WAV with this.

    Thank you.

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    Re: Asset UPnP for Raspberry pi

    Quote Originally Posted by hugo5282 View Post
    I was wondering whether instead of usb flash drive would it work with an external HDD drive (say 2TB)?
    Thank you.
    I am sure it will- why shouldn't it, you just need to mount the external drive permanently (on my RPi, my mounted 1 TB USB-HDD has the path /mnt/usbhd and it works like a charm with MPod Player, so it must also work with Asset...)

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    Re: Asset UPnP for Raspberry pi

    Hi.. Can you point me to a log file on Asset please. I have created a readable directory under /mnt/media/ and copied files to that directory. I have set this as the media directory in Asset, but it's not detecting the media files.. am curious to see what is happening and why.
    Thanks
    Simon

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