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  • #16
    Originally posted by Transporter View Post

    The Repo's don't contain Nightly's or Beta's (other then MakeMKV which is only a Beta, but not really), the Repo's have the latest and greatest stable Production releases.
    And I believe this to be the release version of LMS...7.90. Michael just released this recently and the nightlies are builds of 7.91. I'm just asking Andrew to confirm which version is now part of the VB 2.4 repo.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by jimmi View Post

      And I believe this to be the release version of LMS...7.90. Michael just released this recently and the nightlies are builds of 7.91. I'm just asking Andrew to confirm which version is now part of the VB 2.4 repo.
      I just did a dnf update -y on my 2.4 Vortexbox and my LMS Version is:

      Logitech Media Server Version: 7.9.0 - 0.150.20161204git1480516903 @ Mon Mar 20 17:30:59 EDT 2017

      Would that not have to be what is currently in the Repo? I am not running any outside scripts or pulling down Nightly's on my 2.4 Vortexbox.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by agillis View Post
        Best option is to remove all the code you added and just press the update button. We have the latest LMS in the VortexBox 2.4 repo. If you don't have VortexBox 2.4 install that first.
        Andrew, I have a SoTM SMS-1000u, which is powered by an Intel Atom N270. I believe that is a 32-bit processor. My understanding is that VB 2.4 requires a 64-bit processor. Am I correct that I cannot install 2.4?

        If I can't, I will soldier on with the current LMS version. I don't hate it.

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        • #19
          [QUOTE=Mike Rubin;n141]

          I believe that is a 32-bit processor. My understanding is that VB 2.4 requires a 64-bit processor. Am I correct that I cannot install 2.4?

          /QUOTE]

          2.4 Vortexbox absolutely requires 64-bit Processor. You will most likely need to bring up your hardware specs page. Atom N270 prior to December 2012 looks to be 32 bit and after December 2012, Intel launched a Centerton Atom Processor that IS 64-Bit. Andrew might have logged or outright knows if any went out with 64-Bit processors but I would think he would even recommend that it would be best to have the machine tell you.

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          • #20
            [QUOTE=Transporter;n144]
            Originally posted by Mike Rubin View Post

            I believe that is a 32-bit processor. My understanding is that VB 2.4 requires a 64-bit processor. Am I correct that I cannot install 2.4?

            /QUOTE]

            2.4 Vortexbox absolutely requires 64-bit Processor. You will most likely need to bring up your hardware specs page. Atom N270 prior to December 2012 looks to be 32 bit and after December 2012, Intel launched a Centerton Atom Processor that IS 64-Bit. Andrew might have logged or outright knows if any went out with 64-Bit processors but I would think he would even recommend that it would be best to have the machine tell you.
            The system information page just provides the Atom model number, but Intel's website says it is a 32-bit. The machine's BIOS date is 2009.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Transporter View Post

              I just did a dnf update -y on my 2.4 Vortexbox and my LMS Version is:

              Logitech Media Server Version: 7.9.0 - 0.150.20161204git1480516903 @ Mon Mar 20 17:30:59 EDT 2017

              Would that not have to be what is currently in the Repo? I am not running any outside scripts or pulling down Nightly's on my 2.4 Vortexbox.
              Yes. What I'm not clear about is how Andrew's version (which is what you pulled)differs from the released version. I'm assuming it is Michael's Mar 8 release with whatever changes Andrew makes to add it to the VB repo. His build will have a different number and date. This would mean using dnf update would pull down the same version as the Upgrade button in the Vb GUI. It should also mean that my version, from Michael's Mar 8 installer page is the same for practical purposes.
              Previously, if you were running a nightly version of 7.9, you needed to add code to exclude LMS from the dnf update command, or it would revert to Andrews old version of 7.9, and you could not use the GUI Upgrade.

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