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7. Februar 2019 at 12:05 #44399
Hello Board 🙂
my 2.8″ Display for the pi from max2play just arrived. I stacked the display on the pi and put it in the included case. So far so good. I looked up the Howto and the Instructable page for this particual display but could not get it to run:
When i try to start the sqeezelite service it fails to start with the error:
„..libncurses.so.5: undefined symbol: escdelay, version ncurses_5.1.20000708…“
I tried rebuilding the package from the m2play repositories with the same result. Even the option to set squeezelite to the particular display ended with the same result.
What can I do? Thx for the help
10. Februar 2019 at 15:46 #44426
- This topic was modified 4 years, 1 month ago by herr_internet.
Have you installed the correct drivers for your display ???18. Februar 2019 at 11:01 #44493
You do not need to do anything in our repositories or in Squeezelite in order for your 2.8″ screen to work.
Just select it in our RPi-Display plugin, click save and reboot.
If you want to use it to control Squeezebox playback, make sure you set Jivelite to autostart.18. Februar 2019 at 13:59 #44508
Ups sorry didn’t know that !!18. Februar 2019 at 14:03 #44509
That was indeed part of the problem. I installed the display on the main pi (the one with the squeezebox-server). Later I installed the RPI-Display Plugin and selected the Display-after that the display showed the linux boot-process, went to a black screen with a cursor – but it did not start any services like webserver, squeezebox-server, etc. so i did not get any chance to activate jivelite etc.
I disconnected the display now and did not try it again. Do you have any idea why it did not boot any further?
Gregor18. Februar 2019 at 16:09 #44511
You can set up everything from the web interface. Set Jivelite to autostart and install the 2.8 display selection in RPi-Display. Try burning a fresh image and doing this first, that should do the trick.
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