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    Henrik F
    @henrik_essence_twitter
    did anyone try autologin on raspberry with hyriot? i have the option in raspi-config but i wont work :/
    Al West
    @albal
    Hi - I am trying to configure local ntp server but my install seems to be ignoring /etc/ntp.conf
    Al West
    @albal

    Hi - I am trying to configure local ntp server but my install seems to be ignoring /etc/ntp.conf

    I found the issue - dhclient was generating the ntp.conf from dhcp setting

    Michael Cooper
    @mcooper59_gitlab
    Can anyone tell me why Hypriot won't let me change the hostname at all. I have tried editing /etc/hostname, I have tried raspi-config, I have tried hostnamectl set-hostname, and I have tried editing the nano -c /boot/user-data nothing has worked it keeps resetting itself to black-pearl?
    2 replies
    Christopher Rijos
    @chrisrijos
    Any tips on how to alias a full subnet of static ip addresses to 1 pi running the hypriot os?
    i want to alias many static ips to 1 network interface on a pi running hypriotos
    TurtleHunter
    @TurtleHunter
    $ docker run -d -p 80:80 hypriot/rpi-busybox-httpd
    Unable to find image 'hypriot/rpi-busybox-httpd:latest' locally
    docker: Error response from daemon: Get https://registry-1.docker.io/v2/: dial tcp: lookup registry-1.docker.io on 71.252.0.12:53: dial udp 71.252.0.12:53: connect: network is unreachable.
    2 replies
    mattheys
    @mattheys
    Hi, just read your article about installing docker compose on the Nvidia Jetson Nano, thought I would chime in that I run docker compose on a different arm64 board but I did it as a docker container itself by building their git repository and copying the run.sh file from the release to /usr/local/bin/docker-compose it works well, there are some caveats that it can only access the current working directory but I've not had a problem and it's a very clean way to get it installed.
    marx engels
    @marxenegls
    @TurtleHunter : you shouldn't publish your ip address, certainly not when you clearly have config issues [Verizon Business (MCICS)] (x.x.x.x:53 dns) ought be enough - :( dial udp**) 71.252.0.12:53: connect: network is unreachable. - i doubt that is hub.docker's ip addr > (IPv4 address (52.207.75.132); so it must be yours -which would probably mean your resolv.conf / dns setup is iffy - how and where did you set hostname . /etc/hosts or user-data(cloud-init) - are you on a dial up modem - in 2020 ?you couldn't reliably pull docker images at 56kb/s
    networkpanic
    @networkpanic
    hi there
    is there support running arm64 containers on rpi4?
    aerovir
    @aerovir
    Hi. It happened to someone that the crontab did not work. Not a single scenario, not even an echo ...
    Stefan Scherer
    @StefanScherer
    Hi @networkpanic , HypriotOS is only 32bit and we cannot put effort in adding 64bit support.
    But what you can do on a RPi4 is using Ubuntu, I did a test drive and made me a cloud-config file to install Docker on the first boot. https://github.com/StefanScherer/rpi-ubuntu
    So, you can customize the SD card with flash and cloud-init as you are used from HypriotOS, but do not depend on us shipping a new SD card image.
    washichi
    @washichi
    anyone who has nginx running on rpi-hypriot? The official image doesn't work on a clean install (error 139):
    https://stackoverflow.com/questions/64993898/docker-nginx-exit-code-139
    Felix-N
    @Felix-N
    hi, is there some documentation about the default log behavior for docker containers in hypriot? i'd like to make sure logs wont fill up the os completely over time
    washichi
    @washichi
    anyone know how to fix that error 139? (no logs generated, container exits after few seconds with error 139)
    Ota Mares
    @omares
    heya, anyone encoutered the issue that cloud-init/hypriot does not set the correct time? I am using flash+cloud-init to setup hypriot and when booting the first time, a few operations fail, as they are unable to verify certificates, due to the date/time mismatch. the system thinks its in 2019-02-14
    Ota Mares
    @omares
    hmm i see there are a few issues around that, but the issues seem to be closed, in the latest version of flash/hypriot, but I am using flash version 2.7.0, where that should have been fixed
    Ota Mares
    @omares
    any idea on how to verify if the fix does it job? or how to debug the issue?
    Ota Mares
    @omares
    weird, now i flashed the same image and cloud-init config, and now it works :confused:
    Ota Mares
    @omares
    mhhh is hypriot still alive and kickin or would it be recommended to look for an alternative?
    Ota Mares
    @omares
    is it me, or is cloud-init very flaky? sometimes the time configuration fails, now I had issues with the apt-get update and upgrade process
    washichi
    @washichi
    ditched hypriot, support & issue tracking is very bad, it's definitly worth it to just setup docker yourself in your host os of choice.
    Ota Mares
    @omares
    @washichi any recommendations for an alternative? without a lot of bloat, no gui needed, preferably 64 bit
    washichi
    @washichi

    @washichi any recommendations for an alternative? without a lot of bloat, no gui needed, preferably 64 bit

    I tried first Ubuntu server 64x for RPI, works well, but not all the images I wanted did work, so I switched to my old laptop, now running Ubuntu Server 64x, thats the most widely used setup so the easiest to setup :D

    msauvee
    @msauvee
    Hi. I get also issues on correct time. The fix to hypriot/image-builder-rpi#304 is not working. I get the ntpd answering before the apt-get update occurs but rarely. @omares , the solution I found is to connect by ssh and execute $ sudo cloud-init clean --reboot.
    Asterion Daedalus
    @Bazmundi
    I am getting a weird behaviour occasionally when trying to access my HypriotOS install that isn't obviously the Hypriot install. I have a RPI3B running Hypriot. On the RPI I have docker running node-red, homeassistant, emqx and I have to admit also deconz. I tend to log into my RPI using MobaXTerm. What I am finding is that for days or weeks I can log into my RPI from my windows laptop using MobaXTerm and I can also get to the HMI of the apps running on the RPI using chrome or edge on my laptop (either via black-pearl.local mDNS trick or using the raw IP address of the RPI, which is static). Eventually, I will get a spat of days when I cannot get to the RPI HMI via chrome or edge on my laptop BUT can still happily see the RPI on a LAN scan AND can get to it from MobaXterm. MobaXterm is configured to use black-pearl.local so the windows browser not finding the server is weird because MobaXTerm uses the mDNS trick as well. On those days, when I cannot get to the apps running in the docker containers on the RPI from my windows browsers, I can confirm the docker containers on the RPI are up and running (I am getting emails from node-red events etc. and docker otherwise reports the containers as up via the MobaXterm session). When the problem manifests, I have tried using the raw IP address in the windows browsers on my laptop BUT they still will not connect to the RPI on those days this problem manifests. The quirk is, while the problem manifests on my windows laptop browsers, my android phone happily pulls up the HMI from the RPI using the raw IP address of the RPI. Whatever the problem seems to be on the windows laptop and the windows browsers but not MobaXterm and not Android browser using the same URL. Worse, after a few days, even if I change nothing, the problem clears up for a time then comes back. I have otherwise tried stopping and re-starting the RPI server. Cleaning out logs. Yadda. I haven't touched network settings, I don't use Edge (unless trying to buzz out problems like this) so how both Edge and Chrome on windows are not hooking into the app HMI on the RPI beats me, given the lan scan sees the RPI and MobaXTerm on the windows laptop and Android Chrome on my phone can find access the HMI on the default ports for each of the apps. Anyone else get intermittent problems with windows browsers connecting to RPI using Hypriot?
    nuvious
    @nuvious
    Heyo, just got booted up on an rpimodule with hypriot. Is it possible to expand the fs? Flashed to EMC and tried raspi-config's menu option to expand the filesystem and it didn't take and I think ruined the image.
    nuvious
    @nuvious
    nvm, read the above and noticed most people are moving away from this distro.
    Asterion Daedalus
    @Bazmundi
    I am getting a weird behaviour occasionally when trying to access my HypriotOS install that isn't obviously the Hypriot install. ETC from above. Sorted it. Turns out I had my RPI on a static IP that my Foxtel box appeared to be on. So I appear to have had the two boxes taking turns at responding to that particular IP address. I now have changed the static IP of my RPI. The idea it worked from Android when it wasn't working from browser on laptop was debunked - I just happened to time the access with the Android at the right time. Otherwise, I suspect I may also then have found why my foxtel box was on occasion not picking up the video library - because the IP was stolen by the RPi etc.
    Swiiney
    @Swiiney

    For information, here is a problem I got this week-end which crashed all my lan.
    I am using samba (https://hub.docker.com/r/dperson/samba) on my Hypriot Docker. Last week a new image was pushed using latest Alpine Linux version.
    Searching for a solution, I found it in this issue : dperson/samba#356
    I had to update a package directly on the host for the container to work.

    As an explanation : "This is due to a bug in the libseccomp2 library (dependency of docker itself), which is fixed. However it's not pushed to all the repositories."

    I share it because it could happen with other docker based on latest Alpine or Debian Focal. If it can help...
    If is it possible to push directly to Hypriot repository ?

    evanpdk
    @evanpdk

    Hi, After running the bash install documented at https://packagecloud.io/Hypriot/rpi/install my package manager is failing to find a properly formed repository despite the OS and distribution being on the supported list:
    E: The repository 'https://packagecloud.io/Hypriot/rpi/debian buster Release' does not have a Release file.
    apt update failed. Exit value: 100

    I get the same error if using the older https://packagecloud.io/Hypriot/Schatzkiste/debian/ URL.
    Any ideas on how to get past this?

    b0wter
    @b0wter
    Is there a way to build a kind of custom Hypriot image that contains a few additional packages? There are some things I would like to have at my disposal to work more comfortably.
    Dwight Spencer
    @denzuko
    Hey guys, I'm working on a few cookiecutter templates for creating custom device-init.yaml files and wonder if there's a documented schema?
    Swiiney
    @Swiiney

    Hello, this morning an update is available for docker-ce on Hypriot. Installation failed and docker is not starting anymore...
    root@Bill:~# dpkg --configure docker-ce
    Paramétrage de docker-ce (5:20.10.4~3-0~raspbian-buster) ...
    Job for docker.service failed because the control process exited with error code.
    See "systemctl status docker.service" and "journalctl -xe" for details.
    invoke-rc.d: initscript docker, action "restart" failed.
    ● docker.service - Docker Application Container Engine
    Loaded: loaded (/lib/systemd/system/docker.service; enabled; vendor preset: enabled)
    Active: activating (auto-restart) (Result: exit-code) since Sat 2021-02-27 13:51:29 CET; 26ms ago
    Docs: https://docs.docker.com
    Process: 9398 ExecStart=/usr/bin/dockerd -H fd:// --containerd=/run/containerd/containerd.sock (code=exited, status=1/FAILURE)
    Main PID: 9398 (code=exited, status=1/FAILURE)
    dpkg: erreur de traitement du paquet docker-ce (--configure) :
    installed docker-ce package post-installation script subprocess returned error exit status 1
    Des erreurs ont été rencontrées pendant l'exécution :
    docker-ce

    Does anyone has the same problem and hopefully a solution ?

    On my side I can't find any log or anything else helping to understand...

    Christian Stewart
    @paralin
    Hi all, I noticed HypriotOS has not been updated for a year or so, I wanted to recommend the Buildroot-based SkiffOS for Pi and a lot of other Single-Board Computers and systems, which can cross compile a minimal OS to host Docker: https://github.com/skiffos/skiffos - actively tested against latest firmware, kernel, packages, etc.
    Would serve the exact same purpose, but can be built from scratch.
    Niels Jørgen Nielsen
    @jagdriver
    Has anyone tried to flash a 32GB Micro SD and boot up on Raspberry Pi? In my case the flashing went ok and the Pi boots up, but when the Cloud Config starts I get a lot of errors telling that the system is not able to read files. Could this be a driver problem?
    Dwight Spencer
    @denzuko

    arg.. ok Sorry to dreg this one up mates. But even after using the curl command from above; I'm still running into NO_PUBKEY 6FD547CACEBBD6E9 error when trying to update.

    console out put showing the current state and yes, I did use the documented curl command to add the key: https://gist.github.com/denzuko/dcfcea1052b0142ef3c62d8a0ab07ca9

    Dwight Spencer
    @denzuko

    eekk.. ok that's a bug. Even got the same after running script.deb.sh which said:
    Installing apt-transport-https... done.
    Installing /etc/apt/sources.list.d/Hypriot_rpi.list...done.
    Importing packagecloud gpg key... done.
    Running apt-get update... done.

    The repository is setup! You can now install packages.

    3 replies
    Paul Thordarson
    @kapunga
    Weird question, is anyone using the hypriot image without docker? Any downside? I loved the ease of setup for my pis I want docker on, but there are a few I don't want docker on, but just want a minimal image that I can put java on (I'm making a hadoop cluster)
    icanrule
    @icanrule
    Is there different instructions to get this to work with my Raspberry Pi 4 4gb. I made the SD card as mentioned in the instructions. It didn't work in the 4 but it worked in an old Raspberry Pi with no trouble.
    Dwight Spencer
    @denzuko
    @kapunga under the hood hypriot is a flavor of Raspbian with docker pre installed and some extra support tools. Honestly hadoop clusters and java apps can run just fine inside docker images but if one doesn't want to use docker(idk why not just use rasbian then) then one can turn off the docker daemon and use it like any other linux system.
    @icanrule screenshots and error messages would help. Also check the issue tracker. There's a known issue thread: hypriot/image-builder-rpi#315
    Niels Jørgen Nielsen
    @jagdriver
    @paralin Hello Christian, I think that the HypriotOS guys has stopped support. Can you tell more about SkiffOS. We all ned a replacement.
    icanrule
    @icanrule
    @denzuko Thank you. That troubleshooting site was very helpful and solved my problem with my raspberry pi 4.
    Jan
    @Crome696_gitlab
    Hello, i dont know if this a proper question to ask but i hope I can gain some insight. I´ve installed hypriot image on a raspberry pi 4 together with the ui so I´m able to see running containers. I´ve written a test application in java using eclipse and want to deploy as docker. I´ve obtained the IP of Raspberry Pi. How would i do this? i found somehere a batch to build remotely but it says the pi would refuse the connection. Any ideas?
    2 replies
    Dwight Spencer
    @denzuko
    @Crome696_gitlab Ok so the ask here is how does one containerize a java application?
    Crome696
    @Crome696
    @denzuko i had a batch that calls docker command on a specific ip and port not made an image by eclipse itself..
    The idea we’re building a spring bolt service and run on raspberry pi