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Comment from: Pete Kane [Visitor]  
Pete Kane

Hi there and thanks for your efforts, I’ve been using your deb for a year or so now and it works perfectly, having some time on my hands I thought I’d try and compile it myself, when I’ve shelled into the pi to check on the progress It sometimes is waiting for confirmation to overwrite a file so if I hadn’t checked it wouldn’t have proceeded is there a way to say always overwrite ?

14/07/15 @ 14:03

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Comment from: Andrew [Visitor]
Andrew

After much searching for a simple way to install LMS on my raspberry pi 2, I decided to try your .deb file and it worked! Thanks!

Hope you will create a new deb file if you update to 7.8.1 or 7.9 (when it is stable).

25/02/15 @ 12:17

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Comment from: St. Gothian [Visitor]
St. Gothian

I just installed with .deb on my Banana Pi running Bananian. Works brilliantly.
Thank you very much indeed!

31/01/15 @ 11:08

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Comment from: Will [Visitor]  
Will

Thanks very much for the deb. Installed it on latest version of raspbmc and all seems to run well. Unfortunately the logitechmediaservice doesn’t start at boot, I have to start the service from command line after the system has booted.
Struggling to troubleshoot the issue due to my lack of Linux knowledge and can’t find a solution on google.
Do you have any suggestions as to how I may resolve the issue?
Thanks very much

01/01/15 @ 23:52

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Comment from: [Member]

Michael,

Many thanks for your comment - I will update the post accordingly.

foth

03/10/14 @ 13:32

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Comment from: Michael [Visitor]
Michael

Please no longer use the old svn.slimdevices.com site. We’ve moved to github.com/Logitech a while ago. There you should find updated buildme scripts which would support recent Perl versions. See https://github.com/Logitech/slimserver-vendor

03/10/14 @ 07:34

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Comment from: Lulu Belle [Visitor]
Lulu Belle

The installation with .deb worked on my Cubietruck with Cubian out of the box.

Thank you so much for providing it!

25/03/14 @ 10:29

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Comment from: Steve Foster [Visitor]
Steve Foster

Thank you. Excellent guide :)

04/03/14 @ 10:04

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Comment from: bearsh [Visitor]
bearsh

Thanks a lot for the .deb and also the instructions! it worked out of the box on cubian (debian for cubiebord)

18/12/13 @ 08:41

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Comment from: Jesper Skov [Visitor]  
Jesper Skov

The .deb worked on my Cubieboard2 with Linaro out of the box.
Thank you so much for providing it!

11/12/13 @ 19:03

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Comment from: Robert Pincus [Visitor]
Robert Pincus

Hi - Just wanted to say thanks a lot for putting this together. It works like a dream on my model B with a network disk as the music storage. I was quite pleased to be able to see all the steps that go into the package.

04/11/13 @ 03:24

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Comment from: [Member]

There’s a new update to this tutorial now, posted at http://www.imagineict.co.uk/squeezier-pi

This includes a new, whizzy .deb package for those that want it. Any feedback very welcome.

foth

25/10/13 @ 08:44

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Comment from: [Member]

Afternoon all,

Apologies for not getting back to the requests I’ve had for the deb package etc - I’m afraid I was on holiday and subsequently haven’t had a chance to update the blog.

I am in the process of updating my pi server to the latest version of SBS, so will update the package after. Of course, you might be better off by following the instructions to build a version for yourself - just installing a .deb package from a website you know nothing about is a dangerous practice indeed….!

foth.

20/09/13 @ 12:33

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Comment from: Johan [Visitor]
Johan
5 stars

Hello,
Could someone please share the deb package file?
The link seems to be broken.

Regards,
Johan

25/08/13 @ 12:52

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Comment from: Piotr [Visitor]
Piotr
5 stars

Hi, the link to the .deb package 404s. Any chance you still have the package lying around ?
Cheers!

24/08/13 @ 17:32

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Comment from: Ian [Visitor]  
Ian
4 stars

Hi! In the throws of trying to get lms running on a Beaglebone Black. I was hoping to use your .deb, but it looks like the link is broken. Any chance of posting it again?

I’m in the process of building CPAN for a second time… let’s wait and see…

10/08/13 @ 14:33

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Comment from: Ian [Visitor]  
Ian
4 stars

Thanks for the great work! In the process of trying to get this running on a Beaglebone Black (as of yet unsuccessful) on Ubuntu Raring. I ran into one problem where the compilation complained that zlib was not installed (but it was!) I’ve installed zlib-dev, hoping this will fix.

Also, I’ve noticed your .deb isn’t hosted anymore - any chance of getting it back up?

10/08/13 @ 11:52

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Comment from: MeToo [Visitor]
MeToo
5 stars

Hi,

I’ve had to deal with this problem too. It seems to be no secure way of uploading files to my domain at hostpapa.

Also, the server seems to take forever to load sometimes. I guess my “server” is actually one of a bunch of virtual machines stored in a piece of obsolete hardware…

Bad news is, they won’t refund me the money, so I am stuck with them until I finish my paid service time.

09/08/13 @ 21:41

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Comment from: Jerome [Visitor]  
Jerome

Thank you very much for this tutorial. Unfortunately I cannot download the file logitechmediaserver_7.7.2_all_with_armhf.deb. It is not available any more. Could you please make it available again. That would be a great help! Or should I do the compiling by myself instead.

Thanks Jerome

31/07/13 @ 08:32

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Comment from: Kevin [Visitor]
Kevin
5 stars

Thanks for the .deb package. Got it running on my Pi right away. Awesome!

20/06/13 @ 19:25