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  1. #21
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    I've added the Joggler 800x480 skin to the git repository - you should be able to use this with jivelite as well as the standard touch skin now.

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    Works fine here on Deb64 squeeze.
    Just had to install some libs as debian glibc is still 2.13.8, and each time after erasing / recloning the repository
    Code:
    cd jivelite/src
    ln -s /usr/include/lua5.1/* ./
    make
    With the default skin, I see just the "dots" (not the text) in the skin chooser menu. Other skins seem fine.
    Let's try to run it on the wandboard (still have to understand what is required to redirect the SDL layer to the FB - as with Clive kernel, fb console is working)
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    It comes up on my pc now.
    The desktop skin is broken. Joggler skin works.

    I consistently get the following error:

    "Illegal Instruction (core dumped)"

    Consistenly for example
    Enter My Music fine
    Enter Artists crash
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    Quote Originally Posted by lrossouw View Post
    It comes up on my pc now.
    The desktop skin is broken. Joggler skin works.

    I consistently get the following error:

    "Illegal Instruction (core dumped)"

    Consistenly for example
    Enter My Music fine
    Enter Artists crash
    Desktop skin is broken everywhere (I should remove it)

    Illegal instruction suggests you may need to rebuild the binaries I've included perhaps your machine doesn't support the same instructions as mine? Can you run it in gdb and find where that comes from (only do so if that question makes sense...)?

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    Building on the wandboard seems fine (I still had to link the lua libs anyway)

    I activated a framebuffer console
    Code:
    con2fbmap 1 /dev/fb0
    and launched jivelite from the console : I get a black screen. Still have to find how to get the debugging output with this setup
    Last edited by eLR!C; 2013-02-26 at 14:47.
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    Hi triode,
    Thanks for this new jewel
    I hope you can help me out with this. I am trying to run JiveLite on my Raspberry PI. After running the command ./bin/jivelite, I get this error messages:


    JiveLite 0.1
    Jive: /home/pi/luajit-2.0/jivelite/share/lua/5.1/socket.lua:13: module 'socket.core' not found:
    no field package.preload['socket.core']
    no file '/home/pi/.jivelite/userpath/socket/core.lua'
    no file './socket/core.lua'
    no file '/usr/local/share/luajit-2.0.1/socket/core.lua'
    no file '/usr/local/share/lua/5.1/socket/core.lua'
    no file '/usr/local/share/lua/5.1/socket/core/init.lua'
    no file '/home/pi/luajit-2.0/jivelite/share/lua/5.1/socket/core.lua'
    no file '/home/pi/luajit-2.0/jivelite/share/lua/5.1/socket/core/socket/core.lua'
    no file '/home/pi/luajit-2.0/jivelite/share/jive/socket/core.lua'
    no file './socket/core.so'
    no file '/usr/local/lib/lua/5.1/socket/core.so'
    no file '/usr/local/lib/lua/5.1/loadall.so'
    no file '/home/pi/luajit-2.0/jivelite/lib-arm/socket/core.so'
    no file '/home/pi/luajit-2.0/jivelite/lib-arm/socket/core/core.so'
    no file '/home/pi/luajit-2.0/jivelite/share/jive/socket/core.so'
    no file './socket.so'
    no file '/usr/local/lib/lua/5.1/socket.so'
    no file '/usr/local/lib/lua/5.1/loadall.so'
    no file '/home/pi/luajit-2.0/jivelite/lib-arm/socket.so'
    no file '/home/pi/luajit-2.0/jivelite/lib-arm/socket/core.so'
    no file '/home/pi/luajit-2.0/jivelite/share/jive/socket.so'
    stack traceback:
    [C]: in function 'require'
    /home/pi/luajit-2.0/jivelite/share/lua/5.1/socket.lua:13: in main chunk
    [C]: in function 'require'
    ...uajit-2.0/jivelite/share/jive/jive/net/NetworkThread.lua:36: in main chunk
    [C]: in function 'require'
    /home/pi/luajit-2.0/jivelite/share/jive/jive/JiveMain.lua:28: in main chunk
    [C]: at 0xb6e0c398
    [C]: at 0x0002f500

    Thanks in advance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triode View Post
    Illegal instruction suggests you may need to rebuild the binaries I've included perhaps your machine doesn't support the same instructions as mine?
    Running Ubuntu 12.10 amd64 if that makes a difference? The only thing I can rebuild I think is the luajit instructions you had?

    Quote Originally Posted by Triode View Post
    Can you run it in gdb and find where that comes from (only do so if that question makes sense...)?
    Question doesn't make sense...
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    Quote Originally Posted by albertone74 View Post
    Hi triode,
    Thanks for this new jewel
    I hope you can help me out with this. I am trying to run JiveLite on my Raspberry PI. After running the command ./bin/jivelite, I get this error messages:
    Unfortunately the binaries of those libraries included in the repo won't work for a pi - you will either need to build your own or wait for me to change the build process to enable you to build your own (I'll look at this at the weekend).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triode View Post
    Unfortunately the binaries of those libraries included in the repo won't work for a pi - you will either need to build your own or wait for me to change the build process to enable you to build your own (I'll look at this at the weekend).
    Hi Triode,

    Many thanks for getting back to me. That's a great news! I will wait for it then. Looking forward to it

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    Quote Originally Posted by lrossouw View Post
    Running Ubuntu 12.10 amd64 if that makes a difference? The only thing I can rebuild I think is the luajit instructions you had?



    Question doesn't make sense...
    gdb is the gnu debugger http://www.gnu.org/software/gdb/ you can probably install it with apt or ubuntus grachipac tool for installing software .

    Basically you open a command promt and start the program with GDB command and while the program is running GDB is collectiong error messages in the command window while you using the prograM, or you can probably have it outputted to a file too .

    It usually manages to catch intresting error messages while a program crashes as the program itself is no longer able to provide any information , but GDB runs alongside it and collects the data .
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