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evilblade666
@evilblade666
Had a hilarious bug just recently. Tizonia played one of my tracks from Google music at a double-speed (or was it normal speed just double-frequency, didn't quite catch on that). The singer's voice was as though she inhaled helium instead of an air :) First thing I thought was - it's broken like that in my Google's library, but no, opened it with browser and it sounds normally..
Juan A. Rubio
@juanrubio
@evilblade666
That sounds like a bug. Can you download the file from Google Play and play it locally with Tizonia? That would be a useful test.
evilblade666
@evilblade666
@juanrubio plays OK :)
NonaSuomy
@NonaSuomy

@lopoki run this

sudo easy_install pip
sudo -H pip install --upgrade wheel gmusicapi soundcloud youtube-dl pafy pycountry titlecase pychromecast fuzzywuzzy eventlet plexapi
I had the same issue just now with WSL and it fixed the issue for me.

NonaSuomy
@NonaSuomy
@juanrubio is the dev branch currently compilable?
Juan A. Rubio
@juanrubio
@NonaSuomy yes, It does build fine. It needs some more testing before releasing, so any feedback on issues found on that branch would be very welcome.
NonaSuomy
@NonaSuomy
@juanrubio anything standout that I'm missing here https://pastebin.com/LhEMMGPQ
Juan A. Rubio
@juanrubio
Hi @NonaSuomy , yes I believe you need to uninstall the old version of Tizonia in your system, before building the new version. Otherwise, the compilation will find the old Tizonia headers in the system directories, rather than those in the local git repo.
Also, you are better off building Tizonia with the new Meson build system. It's much faster. See here:
https://github.com/tizonia/tizonia-openmax-il/blob/master/BUILDING_with_meson.md
And for a build recipe that works on Arch, you can look in here:
https://github.com/tizonia/tizonia-openmax-il/blob/master/pkgbuild/PKGBUILD.tizonia-all
If you have any doubts, just ask here
NonaSuomy
@NonaSuomy
@juanrubio thanks for the remove the old version and meson tip that worked well!
NonaSuomy
@NonaSuomy
@juanrubio how do you get tizonia --gmusic-station "somethinghere" working ? Complains about not having a device on the account.
Juan A. Rubio
@juanrubio
@NonaSuomy : Sorry for the delayed reply. --gmusic-station in theory allows you to listen to GMusic's Free Stations. Unfortunately, this is a strange feature of GMusic that works differently in different locations. In my case, it works with two different accounts, a Premium account and a free account.
I did not get a complaint about not having a device on the account, when tested with these two accounts.
semla
@semla
I am getting "Empty media uri. ()." when trying to run in Docker? For example docker-tizonia --tunein-talk news
guttenbergovitz
@guttenbergovitz
just a random question, if you don't mind, peps
does anyone know if/when 21 will be available via snap?
Juan A. Rubio
@juanrubio
@semla No idea, docker-tizonia --tunein-talk news works for me on Ubuntu with a Debian installation of Tizonia. Could you please go to https://github.com/tizonia/docker-tizonia and raise a defect there?.
Juan A. Rubio
@juanrubio

@guttenbergovitz : Short answer: 'don't know' :-)

Longer answer: I posted a call for maintainers (see the Tizonia Snap repo:https://github.com/tizonia/tizonia-snap). Unfortunately, maintaining the Snap, on top of everything else, is currently a luxury that I cannot afford in terms of time. I'd rather spend that time adding more features and fixing bugs in the software. But I would definitely help someone that has an interest, it is not a difficult task.

Juan A. Rubio
@juanrubio
@NonaSuomy : Have you resolved your problem with the device on the account. Are the other --gmusic options working for you, but not --gmusic-station?
@NonaSuomy : also regarding your question in the Github bug tracker about the iheart API appearing to be locked to US I think you are absolutely right. There may be a way to specify the country in the API (I'm not setting any country at the moment), but I would need to investigate it. Do you mind opening a separate issue for that? Thanks!
Juan A. Rubio
@juanrubio
@/all A new version of Tizonia is now available. Debian/Ubuntu/Raspbian packages for v0.22.0 are now available.
Juan A. Rubio
@juanrubio
@/all v0.22.0 is now also available from the Snap store: https://snapcraft.io/tizonia
dev-da77
@dev-da77
Hello. I want to use docker-tizonia, but I have no clue how. The discribtion at https://hub.docker.com/r/tizonia/docker-tizonia didn' help. I executed "docker pull tizonia/docker-tizonia". But then? "sudo docker run tizonia/docker-tizonia" deliveres an error. AND I can't find the "convenience script". Can someone help me with more details, what to do?
Juan A. Rubio
@juanrubio
@dev-da77: Hi, have a look at the github repository, there is a more complete description there.
dev-da77
@dev-da77
Thank's. It got now clearer for me. Is it possible to run docker/tizonia at an ARM System (Pinebook Pro)? I got the Error Message: "standard_init_linux.go:211: exec user process caused "exec format error"".
Juan A. Rubio
@juanrubio
@dev-da77: I believe that you get this error because the docker image only supports the amd64 architecture.
I believe nowdays you can build multi-arch images, i.e. with support for more than one architecture in the same image, e.g. armhf, x86, amd64, etc..
You could try to build the image yourself on your arm system. There is another user that attempted it some time ago, although he was not successful.
In my opinion, it should be possible to build a docker image with armhf support as we provide debian binaries for that architecture.
We don't yet support arm64, but perhaps you don't need that.
Juan A. Rubio
@juanrubio
If you are interested, please join the discussion in tizonia/docker-tizonia#7
dev-da77
@dev-da77
Thank's.
semla
@semla
I am trying to use an old machine running Debian, for Tizonia. I read that snap has a 32 bit version of Tizonia. I tried installing snap and the tizonia package, but when opening it says it is the wrong platform. So I guess snap must have installed the 64-bit version of Tizonia.
First time with snap, how do I choose the correct package (32-bit)?
Juan A. Rubio
@juanrubio
@semla: Hi, can you post somewhere the message about the wrong platform?. Also which distro are you running? Run `cat /etc-os-release'
If you have the snap system installed correctly, then doing sudo snap install tizonia will get the right version of the tizonia package installed on your system.
There is nothing specific you need to do to install the i386 package on your distro. It gets downloaded automatically by the snap infrastructure on your system
the command is cat /etc/os-release
Juan A. Rubio
@juanrubio
also, what is the output of this command: uname -a
semla
@semla
@juanrubio Thanks for the quick answer. Here is the info
cat /etc/os-release
PRETTY_NAME="Debian GNU/Linux 10 (buster)"
NAME="Debian GNU/Linux"
VERSION_ID="10"
VERSION="10 (buster)"
VERSION_CODENAME=buster
ID=debian
HOME_URL="https://www.debian.org/"
SUPPORT_URL="https://www.debian.org/support"
BUG_REPORT_URL="https://bugs.debian.org/"
uname -a
Linux username 4.19.0-9-686 #1 SMP Debian 4.19.118-2 (2020-04-29) i686 GNU/Linux
and $ tizonia; Unsupported architecture for this app build
Juan A. Rubio
@juanrubio
semla: can you post the output of cat /proc/cpuinfo
@semla : I think I know what is the problem... here it is:
I forgot to uncomment the 2 options in the SNAP_ARCH case statement. So yes, it's a bug.
Juan A. Rubio
@juanrubio
@semla: I have pushed a fix for that. A new build has been kicked off, it'll take an hour. After that, you will be able to refresh your snap and retry.
you can do that with sudo snap refresh tizonia