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Messages - OliverH

VOMP for Raspberry Pi / Re: Not a deb file?
June 09, 2013, 12:17:12
I don't want to miss the local console. Isn't /etc/init.d the right place to start vompclient?

I had only English as I looked in the option of vompclient. But I'll have a look again.
VOMP for Raspberry Pi / Re: Not a deb file?
June 08, 2013, 17:31:14
Quote from: MartenR on June 07, 2013, 07:06:06
No, but you need a running vompserver with the same version as the client.

Get the Raspbi working with HD content.

Next issues on the list are:
Buying the MPEG2 key
Autostart of vompclient
Get remote via CEC working

Is there a german translation of the vomp menu? Is this client or server related?
Just saw on the git repository a new jsonserver for VDR. Can someone tell/ explain me what's about this? Is his a predecessor for the standard Vomp server?
VOMP for Raspberry Pi / Re: Not a deb file?
June 06, 2013, 18:49:41
My fault. Had a typo:
wget ""

wget ""

Wget didn't say can not find file. Now this part is fixed and I'm hanging at the screen "Locating server". Do I need this dongle file on the server side?
VOMP for Raspberry Pi / Re: Not a deb file?
June 05, 2013, 13:06:35

I tried it two times yesterday and will try it again today.
VOMP for Raspberry Pi / Not a deb file?
June 05, 2013, 00:44:26

Tried to setup my new raspberry (to work with vomp server on a VDR) with the manual from here:

The only difference is the newer Raspbian image from the 25th of may I used. The ase set up was made (GPU splt size, language, time zone, keyboard layout).

Trying to dpkg -i the deb file (512 bytes?) I was told that this is not a valid deb file or so? Is there a problem with the repository? This failure couldn't be a failure from the newer image I used (successfull dd on a MacBook Pro).