i compiled a client for my pi. Based on build_seafile. Which is working great.
PS: Just do this at the end:
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 i did the test/ build on my pi3 - test pi. I need it for my pi 2 even i could share the deb files then if someone need it. But i don’t know how it works. I checked the internet, sure but it doesn’t make really sense for me.
So, i’m on jessie. Everything is added and updated etc.
I tried to install like this sudo apt-get -t jessie-backports install seafile-daemon
and the “normal” way sudo apt-get install seafile-daemon
Or is it only for stretch available?
That won’t work. seafile-cli is available in stretch-backports, but not in jessie-backports: https://packages.debian.org/seafile-cli
To use stretch-backports you need to upgrade to stretch first. Sorry.
I tried to get the update. Just VPN wasn’t working after the update from jessie to stretch.
But i need it at the moment. Don’t have time to get this sorted and all the client’s.
Anyway, i switched back to my backup.
I think i give it another round. Compiling etc. or can i download the deb packages somewhere?