Can't start server

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  • 29. Dezember 2018 at 14:46 #42969

    Hi,
    I have a fresh install of Max2Play 2.47, in which I tried to install both the latest nightly build or Logitech LMS. I don’t know whether it installed correclty as I didn’t get any feedback on the admin page. After a long while and reboot, I get the following error when trying to start the server :

    Trying to launch ... NOT successful Click here to show detailed information
    
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    sudo: no tty present and no askpass program specified

    How can I solve this ?

    3. Januar 2019 at 12:07 #43058

    Hi RienDuTout,

    The install of the Server does take little to complete. Please try installing the new version 7.9.1 again on your device and make sure the sequence with the yellow text runs all the way through.

    If the SBS still does not start, please check the debug info and copy the text here.

    6. Januar 2019 at 17:13 #43181

    Hi RienDuTout,

    did you found any solution for your problem. I have the same.

    7. Januar 2019 at 15:09 #43211

    Hi T39,

    Please check the Health Checker in Settings/Reboot and the debug info from the Squeezebox Server tab.

    10. Januar 2019 at 22:53 #43433

    Start consol and type:
    sudo apt –fix-broken install

    12. Januar 2019 at 13:21 #43553

    Hi linlar,

    I had started the console, type the suggested command.
    Then I’ve gotten the following message from raspi: „E: Ungültige Operation -fix-broken“

    What’s wrong? Maybe, the short ‚-‚ before ‚fix‘? What’s the shortcut to create a dash on raspi console?

    12. Januar 2019 at 22:10 #43560

    Ops, the webb realy destroyed the command.
    sudo apt --fix-broken install

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