Yep, the other guy about you, DanSman is me. So, not many people have the problem or not many people need to compile the client.
any news here?
I run in a new problem. Actually i installed my whole pi again. And i get some problems with ccnet.
seaf-cli init -d ~/seafile-client ccnet-init: error while loading shared libraries: libevent-2.0.so.5: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory Failed to init ccnet
So when i start the client i get this problem
seaf-cli start /home/pi/.ccnet not exists Invalid config directory
Sure i can’t finish the install properly.
I need a little bit help.
So i tried to compile it again. build_seafile
It went through but i get this problem.
seaf-cli start /root/.ccnet not exists Invalid config directory
I don’t know!
Forget to do this …
choose a folder where to store the seafile client settings e.g ~/seafile-client
mkdir ~/seafile-client # create the settings folder
seaf-cli init -d ~/seafile-client # initialise seafile client with this folder
So it’s working now. How can i get this as a deb package
I did this before, too. Just forgotten that i did it before, too It’s sometimes just too much ;D
It went through. I got the packages. Compiled it on a pi 3 and installed it on a pi 2. I got a few hiccups on a pi 2. Sometimes it took about 1 min to get the pi 2 alive and the client stopped then. I couldn’t figured out why this happened.
Two thumbs up for doing this. These packages saved me hours of work. I installed them on raspbian jessie on a pi3. Works great! I wonder why the devs don’t provide these, not enough time in a day to get to everything I guess.
Thank you very much.
You are welcome. I would love to provide newer packages but got problems to compile every version above 6.0.0.
I am using a fresh Raspbian9 on my RaspiB+ and followed your guide on Github and it installes it completely, but when i try to start seafile with
seaf-cli init -d ~/seafile-client i get this Error:
ccnet-init: error while loading shared libraries: libssl.so.1.0.0: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
Failed to init ccnet
i tried to manually install libssl but its not in the upstream anymore.
That’s always the problem with new versions. Now I#m using WebDAV, then it’s much easier than compiling everytime new.
Yes and when my bike is broken i use the car instead. Thats a good solution to my bike-problem.
unfortunately I’m not using ARM systems anymore for Seafile so I can’t reproduce your problem. Sorry…
ok seems the Bike is more than broken
Maybe bionade24 could explain how seafile works with webdav on a raspi or give a tutorial?
This Link today, Questions tomorrow: https://manual.seafile.com/extension/webdav.html
Edit: If you are using nginx, you don’t have to enable fastcgi, you can make it like in the apache sample. Fastcgi only takes power of the server, it won’t help you.
I have compiled seafile-client gui and seafile-cli for two versions of the Raspbian system Jessie and stretch, you can download at http://t.cn/RmtFlMZ.
# For stretch version, the jessie same too. sudo dpkg -i libsearpc-3.0.0-1_armhf_rpi_stretch.deb sudo dpkg -i ccnet_6.1.1-1_armhf_rpi_stretch.deb sudo dpkg -i seafile_6.1.1-1_armhf_rpi_stretch.deb # seafile-cli, the command seafile client sudo dpkg -i seafile-client_6.1.1-1_armhf_rpi_stretch.deb # seafile-client gui
For compile install way, you can visit stackexchange.
Thank you. I tried it but I haven’t enough time to search why an error happens
Thanks a lot ! You spared me a lot of effort building it myself !
This version is very old. You can easily install 6.18 from the Debian backports with
sudo apt install seafile-gui and upgrade it with
sudo apt upgrade. If you get an GPG error, install the debian-keyrings.
Edit: please remove the other package before with
sudo apt purge seafile-client
Oh thanks ! I didn’t realize it was in the backports. I struggled a bit to install it (even after purging the old one) but finally did it with aptitude, with its nice problem-solving mechanism.
I’ve tried to install seafile-cli from backports to prevent problems with self compiling (this time on an raspberry pi) but everytime i try to do
seaf-cli init -d ~/seaf-cli i get an
Failed to init ccnet error. Has anyone had the same problems with the backorts-client and knows how to solve it? Or where to search for the problem? AFAIK Logging for seafile-cli starts only after the init command - and so there is no logging done yet which could help me…