uname -m returns i686.
But I installed i386 Debian… Is there were I went wrong? Time to reinstall?
Yeah, I think it is a GNURadio restriction!
Actually could be because gr-satnogs is only compiled for amd64 and arm
Ok. I am up and running on Debian.
Here is a bit of a quick start for those that follow along.
Download and install Debian 9 from here;
I chose the net installer as I only want to run headless and don’t need the full desktop.
MAKE SURE you download AMD64 version. gr-satnogs does not support i386.
Install on your target machine and because it’s headless, remember to install the ssh server.
The rest of the commands are done via terminal (PuTTY on my Windows box).
Add your user to the sudo group;
usermod -aG sudo yourUserName
Run the following commands.
apt-get update apt-get install -t stretch-backports ansible apt-get install sudo apt-get install git apt-get install sshpass cd /home/username/ git clone https://gitlab.com/librespacefoundation/satnogs/satnogs-client-ansible.git cd satnogs-client-ansible/ cp -r production.dist production nano production/inventory/hosts
Here change the IP address to be 127.0.0.1, the user to your debian username and their password.
ssh yourUserName@127.0.0.1 true ansible-playbook -i production/inventory -K site.yml
It takes a while, but you should get through with no errors.
Still as root.
With that, you should be up and running. (After filling out your API key, station number etc).
Would you mind making a Wiki article out of this?
I would not mind at all… I have never edited a Wiki, but am willing to learn.
Should I tweak the one that is there, or start a whole new page?
I don’t recall the exact structure - maybe add a new section to the existing article!?
Done. Had some… .ah… issues… with the formatting. Feel free to tweak any thing.
I want to give it a try with and old pc.
Wich distro should I use?
73’s from EA5WA Juan Carlos
As per my post. This is the only supported distro.