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  Forums > Hively Tracker Support > Raspbian port almost perfect

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Raspbian port almost perfect

Samurai_Crow
Posted: 2015-05-27 17:57:32
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Hi all,

I've recompiled HivelyTracker 1.8 for my Raspberry Pi 2 model B and it works... until you exit then it segfaults with the following error:

** (hivelytracker:14767): WARNING **: Error retrieving accessibility bus address: org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.ServiceUnknown: The name org.a11y.Bus was not provided by any .service files
Segmentation fault

If we can fix this, I'd like to post my changes to the Linux SDL makefile.
Xeron
Posted: 2015-05-28 21:22:19
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Hmm.. can you compile it with debug symbols and run it in gdb to try and get a backtrace?
AHX forever!
Samurai_Crow
Posted: 2015-05-29 14:48:28
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I think it has to do with the "are you sure you want to quit" requester. It didn't display when I exited yesterday.
Samurai_Crow
Posted: 2015-07-07 17:50:09
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To narrow it down, the "Are you sure...?" requester works if I click the close gadget of the window itself, but if I click the one in the upper-left corner of the display, that doesn't work right. Since the port is just a straight recompile of using the Linux SDL makefile, I'd imagine it is working fine. I haven't noticed the segfault ever since, but then again I have been running it from a launcher icon that clears the console as soon as it quits. I'll put a pause on it to verify if it closes right.
Samurai_Crow
Posted: 2015-07-07 17:57:27
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Update2: It only segfaults if I close with the on-screen close gadget, if I use the window close gadget it works correctly.
Samurai_Crow
Posted: 2017-02-02 10:00:22
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With the recent bugfix changes to the source it now builds perfectly on the RasPi 2! Does anyone know how to make a .DEB package out of it?
Xeron
Posted: 2017-02-04 21:14:05
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Does the .deb on the download page work? I guess you need a 32bit one.. Hopefully rm2 can help you.
AHX forever!
rm2
Posted: 2017-02-06 11:02:17
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http://raspberrypihell.blogspot.com.es/2016/02/build-your-own-deb-and-rpm-packages.html

This entry explains how to package programs in rpm format and deb format. It is very well explained.

The deb for linux only works for x86-64 architectures. For Raspberry Pi 2 B you have to compile the source and generate an ARM binary and then pack it in rpm or deb.

Greetings and good luck.
Samurai_Crow
Posted: 2017-02-08 15:30:49
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@Xeron
The 64-bit Intel .DEB package works perfectly on my 64-bit Intel Mac Mini running Debian 64-bit. All I had to do was right-click the package and select the package installer app and it installed. I'm trying to make one for ARMHF architecture which is not only 32-bit but is ARM instead of x86.

@rm2
I'll check out your link and thanks!
tarzeau
Posted: 2017-03-31 10:14:26
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what about making official debian packages? is anyone already working on it? otherwise i'd go for it. i already packaged: schismtracker, milkytracker, goattracker, and protracker...

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