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Bug #2187

Serviio Server won't start

Added by rwood over 3 years ago. Updated over 3 years ago.

Status:
Feedback
Priority:
Normal
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Category:
Apps
Target version:
Start date:
11/18/2016
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Description

Hello,

I'm new to Amahi and Fedora. Long-time Windows user.

I've installed Fedora 23 and Amahi 9 on an old T520 Lenovo laptop. I believe I've set it up correctly. I can access my HDA from other computers and install apps. I've installed Serviio but it appears that the service won't run. The status in Amahi shows Stopped and selecting Start Server from the Web UI doesn't appear to do anything.

In Amahi, if I repeatedly press Start or Restart, the status will show briefly as Running, but will then revert to Stopped if I select refresh.

I hope this apaste info will help: https://paste.fedoraproject.org/484589/47951678/

Java Install.JPG View (87.2 KB) Camperdownfamily, 01/05/2017 05:10 AM

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#1 Updated by cpg over 3 years ago

  • Description updated (diff)
  • Status changed from New to Feedback
  • Assignee set to rwood

looks like this app is live, so it should work. can you provide the result of

systemctl -a status serviio | apaste

#2 Updated by rwood over 3 years ago

  • Assignee changed from rwood to cpg

cpg wrote:

looks like this app is live, so it should work. can you provide the result of

systemctl -a status serviio | apaste

Here you go: https://paste.fedoraproject.org/484612/79525414/

Am I missing Java?  Is that the problem?
Rob Wood

#3 Updated by Camperdownfamily over 3 years ago

I have exactly the same problem. I have uninstalled and reinstalled Serviio, but it still briefly shows 'Running' and then reverts to 'Stopped'.

If I click on the Serviio icon on the HDA dashboard I end up on the serviio.Amahi.net page of the Amahi website instead of seeing the Serviio settings pages.

Here is my apaste info http://paste.fedoraproject.org/520151/12412148

I have also run the serviio status report and the same as above and the apaste info is at http://paste.fedoraproject.org/520153/61266314

#4 Updated by cpg over 3 years ago

yes, java is missing somehow. please do this and provide the output it generates:

sudo dnf -y install java

#5 Updated by Camperdownfamily over 3 years ago

I did as you suggested, and there were pages of information which scrolled past as it downloaded, verified and installed the various elements. I managed to take a screen capture of the final results, which is attached.

#6 Updated by Camperdownfamily over 3 years ago

Unfortunately despite installing java and restarting the server, the Serviio Server still won't start.

I have rerun the apaste sysinfo command here http://paste.fedoraproject.org/520246/36222951 and the serviio one here http://paste.fedoraproject.org/520247/22370148 just in case that is of any help.

Thanks

#7 Updated by cpg over 3 years ago

It does appear to have been started (java is running), though it's confusing that there are multiple messages indicating it's started, about a minute apart from each other.

What leads you to say it won't start?

#8 Updated by Camperdownfamily over 3 years ago

When I go to the 'Servers' page of my Amahi control panel, the Serviio server is shown as Stopped, and when I click on Start or Restart, the State flashes momentarily green and then goes immediately back to Red and shows the status as Stopped.

When I go to the front page of my Amahi control panel and click on the Serviio logo, which should take me to serviio.amahi.net, I end up instead at the Amahi.net web page saying that my network may need a little adjustment. ghlog.amahi.net and monit.amahi.net work fine, so I know it's not a general network problem.

#9 Updated by bigfoot65 over 3 years ago

The app listed the wrong version of Java. It was not available in the Fedora 23 repo.

Updated to the correct version and tested. Should now work for all.

There is a new version of Serviio available, so will have to update it at some point.

#10 Updated by cpg over 3 years ago

great catch. i was trying to even eliminate the 1.8.0 part and just depend on "java" alone, but that does not appear to pull any package.

#11 Updated by Camperdownfamily over 3 years ago

So can you please advise, do I need to uninstall and reinstall Serviio or how does it pick up the corrected version?

Also, I noticed that Serviio had been updated, but the Amahi packaged version is still the older version. I'm not hugely confident with using the command line on Amahi, so should I wait until the packaged version has been updated, or is there another way to install the newer version?

Thanks

#12 Updated by bigfoot65 over 3 years ago

  • Category set to Apps
  • Target version set to amahi-9

Yes uninstall, then reinstall the app.

As for the upgrade, we are working on it. It's not a simple update unfortunately.

Recommend you wait for the Amahi packaged version.

#13 Updated by Camperdownfamily over 3 years ago

I don't know if I am doing this right, but I still can't get the Serviio server to run.

I uninstalled Serviio from my HDA. Then I rebooted the HDA. Then I went to HDA Dashboard > Apps > Available, located Serviio and clicked on Install.

Then I checked on the HDA Dashboard > Settings > Servers page and the Serviio server had appeared but was shown as Stopped. I clicked on Start, it showed a circle of dots for a moment to suggest it was doing something, and then reverted back to showing Stopped again. I rebooted the server just in case and tried again, but the same happened. Clicking on the Serviio logo which appears on the HDA Dashboard summary page just kicks me over to the Amahi.net "Something's wrong" page, the same as before.

Am I doing something wrong?

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