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  • chris
    i grabbed the svn version, compiled and installed and all is well on the new server.  thanks for the recommendation, i didn t even think to go to svn for an
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      i grabbed the svn version, compiled and installed and all is well on the new server.  thanks for the recommendation, i didn't even think to go to svn for an update as it seems open2300 hasn't been worked on in a while.  perhaps i am wrong in that assumption, though.

      thanks!

      --- On Sun, 1/31/10, jamesgray_2007 <james@...> wrote:

      From: jamesgray_2007 <james@...>
      Subject: [LacrosseWS] Re: log2300 not working
      To: Lacrosse_weather_stations@yahoogroups.com
      Date: Sunday, January 31, 2010, 12:06 AM







       









      --- In Lacrosse_weather_ stations@ yahoogroups. com, "ruppie30" wrote:

      > i compiled open2300, there were some warnings but no errors during compilation and the log2300 runs without reporting any errors. it even returns some data, such as the date and time stamp along with the pressure trend and forecast, but all other data (inside temp, outside temp, humidity, rainfall, wind, etc) are not returned. when i plug the 2316 into the old server, all data is presented once again.

      >

      > are there known issues with running open2300 in 64-bit linux? any suggestions on getting this working on the new server?



      I have open2300 1.11-svn (ie, pulled from the development tree) compiled and running on Ubuntu 8.04 (Hardy) on a quad core AMD Phenom running a 64bit kernel. I get no errors during compilation and the program works fine. If you are running Ubuntu/Debian you can grab yourself a copy of exactly what I'm running here: http://files. gray.net. au/open2300_ 1.11.svn- 1_amd64.deb



      Note: this will install files under /usr/bin (as opposed to /usr/local/bin) but is otherwise an unmodified compilation and packaging of the original open2300 work. You will need to creat e/etc/open2300. conf yourself as I missed it in the package (sorry).



      Beyond that, it should "Just Work (tm)" although others on this list have tried my package and not had success (although the root cause was not identified). The package definitely works on a pristine Ubuntu 8.04 system as I just verified it in a VM ;)



      Good luck!



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    • Greg Freemyer
      I think your right about it not being worked on in a while, but the multi-year old svn version is still better than the even older released version. I don t
      Message 2 of 5 , Feb 1, 2010
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        I think your right about it not being worked on in a while, but the
        multi-year old svn version is still better than the even older released
        version.

        I don't know if anyone has the ability to do a new release but it would be
        good.

        fyi: the rpms / debs I put up at opensuse buildservice are all built from
        the svn code.

        Greg

        On Sun, Jan 31, 2010 at 8:33 PM, chris <ruppie30@...> wrote:

        >
        >
        > i grabbed the svn version, compiled and installed and all is well on the
        > new server. thanks for the recommendation, i didn't even think to go to svn
        > for an update as it seems open2300 hasn't been worked on in a while.
        > perhaps i am wrong in that assumption, though.
        >
        > thanks!
        >
        > --- On Sun, 1/31/10, jamesgray_2007 <james@...<james%40gray.net.au>>
        > wrote:
        >
        > From: jamesgray_2007 <james@... <james%40gray.net.au>>
        > Subject: [LacrosseWS] Re: log2300 not working
        > To: Lacrosse_weather_stations@yahoogroups.com<Lacrosse_weather_stations%40yahoogroups.com>
        > Date: Sunday, January 31, 2010, 12:06 AM
        >
        >
        >
        >
        > --- In Lacrosse_weather_ stations@ yahoogroups. com, "ruppie30" wrote:
        >
        > > i compiled open2300, there were some warnings but no errors during
        > compilation and the log2300 runs without reporting any errors. it even
        > returns some data, such as the date and time stamp along with the pressure
        > trend and forecast, but all other data (inside temp, outside temp, humidity,
        > rainfall, wind, etc) are not returned. when i plug the 2316 into the old
        > server, all data is presented once again.
        >
        > >
        >
        > > are there known issues with running open2300 in 64-bit linux? any
        > suggestions on getting this working on the new server?
        >
        > I have open2300 1.11-svn (ie, pulled from the development tree) compiled
        > and running on Ubuntu 8.04 (Hardy) on a quad core AMD Phenom running a 64bit
        > kernel. I get no errors during compilation and the program works fine. If
        > you are running Ubuntu/Debian you can grab yourself a copy of exactly what
        > I'm running here: http://files. gray.net. au/open2300_ 1.11.svn-
        > 1_amd64.deb
        >
        > Note: this will install files under /usr/bin (as opposed to /usr/local/bin)
        > but is otherwise an unmodified compilation and packaging of the original
        > open2300 work. You will need to creat e/etc/open2300. conf yourself as I
        > missed it in the package (sorry).
        >
        > Beyond that, it should "Just Work (tm)" although others on this list have
        > tried my package and not had success (although the root cause was not
        > identified). The package definitely works on a pristine Ubuntu 8.04 system
        > as I just verified it in a VM ;)
        >
        > Good luck!
        >
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