New image avaliable for Raspberry Pi 1 a/b/b+ ~ PirateBox 1.0.2

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New image avaliable for Raspberry Pi 1 a/b/b+ ~ PirateBox 1.0.2
June 23, 2015 09:25PM
Hi everyone,

I have a new image for raspberry pi (the old one with ARMv6) CPU.
    [*] Includes kareha imageboard
    [*] Fixed dlna permission
Language: HTML
magnet:?xt=urn:btih:b419cc4c736c8cc6a2120d86148a30ca200b488b&dn=ArchLinuxARMv6-2015-06_PirateBox1.0.2_rpi_1.0.5.img.zip&tr=udp%3a%2f%2ftracker.istole.it%3a80%2fannounce&tr=udp%3a%2f%2ftracker.openbittorrent.com%3a80%2fannounce&tr=udp%3a%2f%2ftracker.publicbt.com%3a80%2fannounce

Have fun and send some feedback, please. spinning smiley sticking its tongue out

Regards
BlueSpider

edit by stylesuxx:
unstickied in favor of new thread here => [forum.piratebox.cc]



Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 02/06/2016 09:27PM by stylesuxx.
Re: New image avaliable for Raspberry Pi
June 24, 2015 07:15PM
made sticky, added to our torrent - client
I also adjusted you headline
Seems it take a while until we have it on the server. sad smiley


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Re: New image avaliable for Raspberry Pi
June 24, 2015 07:37PM
Ok, so upload on you side seems to work better now. in 50 minutes the image is ready.

I already exchanged the links on piratebox.cc , so please handle incoming requests smiling smiley smoking smiley


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Re: New image avaliable for Raspberry Pi 1 a/b/b+ ~ PirateBox 1.0.2
July 02, 2015 08:25PM
Edited [www.piratebox.cc] to reflect this.
[root@alarmpi piratebox]# apt-get update
-bash: apt-get: command not found

Any thoughts? Tried twice
ganastor Wrote:
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> # apt-get update
> -bash: apt-get: command not found
>
> Any thoughts? Tried twice

Edit: just realized that this is now an arch image, wasn't the old one debian? Ir not then maybe I did it from source on raspian last time.
Re: New image avaliable for Raspberry Pi 1 a/b/b+ ~ PirateBox 1.0.2
July 13, 2015 08:44PM
Nope, all RPi images since PirateBox 1.0 are ArchLinux based.

The versions before 1.0 (over a year now) are raspbian based.
I moved to arch, because raspbian delivers so biiig image files (containin alot tools), that it would be wasted traffic and disk space.


best regards
Matthias


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Yep..blonde moment thanks smiling smiley I had made my first from the tar
Good morning , I do not understand .

In the torrent.zip file there are 2 files , one file.zip and one file.image; copying them into che sd card the raspberry do not start.

I tested also manual extraction and copying them into sd card but nothing.

Why ?
zip itself is called ArchLinuxARMv6-2015-06_PirateBox1.0.2_rpi_1.0.5.img.zip and contain file image called raw_arch_image_file.img

But if you copy it into your 8gb sd card and put it into Raspberry pi, it don't work, don't start, don't install... only rgb screen is displayed.

No one say why. We are waiting reply...
Re: New image avaliable for Raspberry Pi 1 a/b/b+ ~ PirateBox 1.0.2
September 30, 2015 01:16AM
you need to use the DD utility (or something similiar for windoes) to write the "raw" file to the SDCard.
You find additional help here - Installation -step 2 . We have different howtos for different OS linkes.


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Hi guys,
transmission is reporting the magnet link on the download page is corrupt.

the link in this thread works fine.

cheers

Matt
Re: New image avaliable for Raspberry Pi 1 a/b/b+ ~ PirateBox 1.0.2
October 30, 2015 04:16PM
Hay I am not able to boot raspberry pi after writing the image
Re: New image avaliable for Raspberry Pi 1 a/b/b+ ~ PirateBox 1.0.2
November 04, 2015 06:57AM
Do you have raspberry Pi 1 or 2?
did you extract the image file before writing it?


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The magnet link appears to be broken. Or is that just me?
Re: New image avaliable for Raspberry Pi 1 a/b/b+ ~ PirateBox 1.0.2
January 17, 2016 05:23PM
It is working fine for me.
Re: New image avaliable for Raspberry Pi 1 a/b/b+ ~ PirateBox 1.0.2
January 21, 2016 11:37PM
Problems with the magnet link = 'magnet:magnet:' one 'magnet:' is enough; someone could please correct this on the link(s)

I'm having issues with the image though. The file downloaded ends in .img.zip and when I unzip it, it has no file extension. I added .img so that Win32 Disk Imager (that's right, you don't copy/paste the image file, you 'burn' it to usb because it's a disk image) would recognize it, but my pi just shows a red light and the screen stays on the rainbow image because it won't boot up.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 01/21/2016 11:39PM by cipper.
Re: New image avaliable for Raspberry Pi 1 a/b/b+ ~ PirateBox 1.0.2
January 22, 2016 06:41AM
Hi,
I'm sorry for that ongoing magnet-link trouble I fixed it several times, it seems there is a bug in dokuwiki when you re-edit the page, the link is malformed, so it ends up with two magnets after saving.. I need to hunt that down later.

Page revisions

File endings, well, it is more like a Windows problem. I address this.

@Problem: is it a Raspberry 1 ?

Matthias


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I have raspberry pi 2 and I am having same issue with the rainbow screen. Running windows. I will try with mac and see if it has any luck.
Re: New image avaliable for Raspberry Pi 1 a/b/b+ ~ PirateBox 1.0.2
January 31, 2016 01:08PM
According to the note on our webpage: RaspberryPi2 is not supported, currently.
Re: New image avaliable for Raspberry Pi 1 a/b/b+ ~ PirateBox 1.0.2
January 31, 2016 02:15PM
But you could join testing the new RC => [forum.piratebox.cc] This has an image for RPi 2 and we need testers for those.
Perfect! I am very new to this so bear with me haha. I did the Manual install first and had it up and running but ran into problems when trying to change ssid and simple commands that people had posted online. I would run into statements telling me i was not authorized to do things so I figured I would try the arm build. I will definitely report my findings because the piratebox project has gotten me very intrigued.