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    Plenty of ram, And what happened when you ran the script after a fresh reboot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    Plenty of ram, And what happened when you ran the script after a fresh reboot.
    Same. Sometimes is doesnĺt even get to 33%
    ...and remember that Iĺm ok as I just uninstalled LMS through pCP and re-installed and got 7.9.3. Just wanted to pass along this.
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    Something is causing your ssh session to crash. Can you reconnect to the device, or do you have to reboot it. What is your ssh client program?
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    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    Something is causing your ssh session to crash. Can you reconnect to the device, or do you have to reboot it. What is your ssh client program?
    I can reconnect. I’ve ssh’d with a Mac Terminal and with iOS with the Prompt App. Same result.
    This is the only time I’ve had an ssh session repeatedly crash. I would suspect the LMS-update script.
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    Unlikely the script. I just ran it on a pi3B, to grab 7.9.3. What is happening when it crashes is just a compression algorithm building the package....it is a multi-core compression, so it will load up the CPU for a short period of time. Likely a memory problem, since everything is happening in memory. I would start with the power supply.
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    piCore Unable to Install LMS NightlyVersions

    > On a side note.... Michael, if your listening here, is there a reason

    You'd always have my mail address if you needed it ;-)

    > that.
    >
    > Code:
    > --------------------
    > http://www.mysqueezebox.com/update/?version=${VERSION}&revision=${REVISION}&geturl=1& os=nocpan
    > --------------------
    >
    > Cannot return the link to a release version.....i.e. 7.9.3?


    Oh, there indeed was no definition for the nocpan type on released
    builds. Will fix that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paul- View Post
    Unlikely the script. I just ran it on a pi3B, to grab 7.9.3. What is happening when it crashes is just a compression algorithm building the package....it is a multi-core compression, so it will load up the CPU for a short period of time. Likely a memory problem, since everything is happening in memory. I would start with the power supply.
    That was it. Works with another power supply
    Thanks 😊
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    For sure you can look at dmesg, and see if there are kernel logs showing low voltage.

    Greg,

    At one point we were going to add the voltage alarms somewhere on the web interface......do you recall if/what we were going to do?
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    Just checked dmesg, no low voltage warnings/error. Flakey power supply, I guess. New one arriving tomorrow
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