8. December 2017 at 17:51 #32838
I have a fresh install on a new pi 3. When I try to install Squeezebox Server 7.9 nightly, an error message briefly flashes up. I’m not quite sure what it says, but I think it is to the effect that the version does not exist.
Surely error messages should be persistent so that we can see what’s happening.
Also, I find it confusing that the webpage says to use 7.9 nightly, although it also lists what appears to be a stable version of 7.9. I tried this also, but got the same sort of error.
I’d be grateful for some help
12. December 2017 at 10:57 #32881
- This topic was modified 3 months, 1 week ago by Richard Kimber.
The message should not be present in Max2Play version 2.45, our most current version. Please make sure that this version is displayed in the top right corner of your web interface.
When you press the update button in Settings/Reboot, please share what output Max2Play shows.27. February 2018 at 3:31 #34091
I am having this same issue. Running Max2play 2.45 on a Pi 3B.
Previously had everything working great… then a couple days ago I could no longer access the web administration.
I made a new image, restarted the pi. Max2play is running (and I updated to 2.45) but when I try to install Squeezebox Server (either Nightly 7.9 or v7.9.0) it starts unpacking and then quits. I quickly see an error notice that the version doesn’t exist, then the yellow box disappears.
Any help is appreciated.
B28. February 2018 at 15:15 #34142
I created this thread last night as I hadn’t heard anything on this one.
Debug info is there.
Thanks for your help.
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