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Re: Tonido For Rasperry Pi

Posted: Wed Jun 10, 2015 4:52 am
by bords75
It looks like there may have been a problem on the Tonido end. I saw another post in the general forum that they were having database issues. I deleted and created a new ID this morning and was able to successfully access the relay server.

05:42:29:190 [5] [UserManager]:I: CheckID for xxxxxxxxxx Sent : Response: <comma
nds><command><type>checkid</type><result>1</result><message>OK</message></comman
d></commands>
05:42:40:817 [5] [UserManager]:I: CreateID Success!
05:42:41:512 [5] [UserManager]:I: Tonido ConfigDB version is at 1
05:42:41:513 [5] [UserManager]:E: Config DB Exception updating to version 2...
05:42:41:782 [5] [UserManager]:I: Setting UserData Directory to be default
05:42:41:834 [5] [UserManager]:I: Created PeerID: xxxxxxxxxx@tonidoid.com
05:42:42:033 [5] [UserManager]:I: Tonido ConfigDB version is at 2
05:42:42:085 [5] [UserManager]:I: Tonido ConfigDB version is at 2
05:42:42:151 [5] [UserManager]:I: ------------- Patcher: Processing Plugin : plu
gins/sync
05:42:42:160 [5] [UserManager]:I: Patcher: plugins/sync patched recently, skippi
ng!

...

05:42:45:301 [7] [DeferredDispatcher]:I: Starting Relay Service
05:42:46:046 [7] [DeferredDispatcher]:I: Stopping Relay Service
05:42:51:410 [10] [CoreUpdateService]:I: Update DS, Server response: <commands><
command><type>update</type><result>1</result><message>x.x.x.x</message></c
ommand></commands>
05:42:51:416 [7] [DeferredDispatcher]:I: Starting Relay Service
05:42:56:388 [9] [CoreRelayService]:I: Measuring delay for relay selection
05:42:59:991 [9] [CoreRelayService]:I: RelayServer VERIFIED

Re: Tonido For Rasperry Pi

Posted: Thu Jul 02, 2015 10:02 pm
by kent79
I just brought a Rasperry Pi 2 and would like to install Tonido. But it is fail to install since latest version is still support arm v6. :o Could you please tell me what is the date to release new version to support armv7? Thanks. :)

Re: Tonido For Rasperry Pi

Posted: Tue Jul 07, 2015 12:04 pm
by madhan

Re: Tonido For Rasperry Pi

Posted: Thu Jul 09, 2015 5:22 am
by kent79
I have tried to updated all instances 'armv7l' , but still not working. Please advise.

"I found a work-around for the issue of the apps not being started together with Tonido when using a Raspberry Pi 2. Edit all the manifest.xml files in the /usr/local/tonido folder (and subfolders) and replace all instances of 'armv6l' with 'armv7l'. This will probably break automatic updating of apps though. It seems like the Tonido build for Raspberry Pi (2) will indeed require an update."

Re: Tonido For Rasperry Pi

Posted: Sat Aug 08, 2015 10:43 am
by bbmak
how do I move the tonido to my external hard drive? I do not want to install tonido on the micro sd card.
I moved the /usr/local/tonido to my external hard drive /media/usb1/tonido
there are files in /home/pi/tonido, /home/pi/TonidoSync, and /home/pi/TonidoSync/Data.

Re: Tonido For Rasperry Pi

Posted: Sat Aug 08, 2015 11:01 am
by bbmak
Any tutorial on install the tonido on external usb drive?
The Tonidosync and data are on my sd card

Re: Tonido For Rasperry Pi

Posted: Mon Aug 17, 2015 4:47 pm
by hvwk
Hi gui, I have a problem with Raspberry Pi2 with Rasbian.
I use the install instruction in http://www.tonido.com/support/display/docs/Raspberry+Pi
the installation ended ok but I can't sharing any folder, I can't connect to nickname.tonidoid.com, Tonido mobile give me: "Invalid account".

where is the problem?

PS: in a ubuntu PC tonido work correctly but I need use it into rabpberry server :(

Re: Tonido For Rasperry Pi

Posted: Wed Oct 14, 2015 3:32 pm
by recycle
cns123 wrote:Hi guys, complete newie here. I think I've installed everything correctly, I've got as far as going to http://192.168.x.x:10001 in the browser. The set up page loads up but it won't allow me to pick a user name, it keeps saying I am not on the internet but obviously I am. Any ideas?


Exact same problem here. I followed the official instructions and can get as far as accessing Tonido on the Pi via http://192.168.x.x:10001. However, whatever I do it says it's not connected to the internet.

Any help very welcome.

Re: Tonido For Rasperry Pi

Posted: Sat Oct 31, 2015 8:55 am
by Blymurkla
Hi!

I installed Tonido via SSH on my Raspberry 2 running a completely fresh install of OSMC. I know Tonido supports raspbian and raspbmc, not OMSC, but I figured since OSMC is sort of the succesor to raspbmc it should work. The installation seemed to work, the last step gave me:

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osmc@osmc:/usr/local/tonido$ ./tonido.sh start
Starting Tonido Service:osmc@osmc:/usr/local/tonido$ nohup: redirecting stderr to stdout


However, accessing my Raspberry IP at http://192.168.xx.xx:10001/ doesn’t work. I'm apparently unable to connect.

I understand Raspberry 2 has a slightly different architecture than the original Raspberry, but this thread only mentions this being a problem with Tonido apps.

So, I'm not sure how to proceed.


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Also, on a different note, would it be possible to sync files between several raspberries all running Tonido server? I've gathered the intended procedure is to have one server and then several clients, but running a Tonido desktop client on a raspberry not even equipped with a proper desktop environment seems hard.

Re: Tonido For Rasperry Pi

Posted: Thu Apr 28, 2016 2:27 am
by facuz
Hi!

I installed Tonido via SSH on my Raspberry 2 running a completely fresh install of OSMC. I know Tonido supports raspbian and raspbmc, not OMSC, but I figured since OSMC is sort of the succesor to raspbmc it should work. The installation seemed to work, the last step gave me:

CODE: SELECT ALL
osmc@osmc:/usr/local/tonido$ ./tonido.sh start
Starting Tonido Service:osmc@osmc:/usr/local/tonido$ nohup: redirecting stderr to stdout


However, accessing my Raspberry IP at http://192.168.xx.xx:10001/ doesn’t work. I'm apparently unable to connect.

I understand Raspberry 2 has a slightly different architecture than the original Raspberry, but this thread only mentions this being a problem with Tonido apps.

So, I'm not sure how to proceed.


Same problem for me! installation seems ok, but there is no way to access the configuration page at http://192.168.x.x:10001
Hope for a reply

Thanks