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Installing pihole on RuneAudio Raspberry Pi3 image

Postby giselegadot3 » 20 Mar 2020, 11:02

Trying to install pihole with the curl command onto a RuneAudio Raspberry Pi 3 image. Fails with OS distribution unsupported. Briefly debugging the script, I get:

uname -m

armv7l

Which appears to be unsupported. What do I do here?
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Re: Installing pihole on RuneAudio Raspberry Pi3 image

Postby rsi » 20 Mar 2020, 18:16

Hi!

First of all, I came here in search of a solution just like you.
I'm still researching and planning my approach.
My goal is to run RuneAudio and PiHole on the same RaspberryPi.

But let's try to find a solution together!!

uname -m gives you the machine hardware name -> ARM 7, that's the CPU

This Website says its a stripped down linux.. whatever that means.
In your shell on the RPI run the following commands to find out what RuneAudio is based on.
Code: Select all
more /etc/*-release (if its there)

lsb_release -a

hostnamectl

uname -o (should give the OS, but no details, might be just: GNU/Linux)

post the output you get!
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Re: Installing pihole on RuneAudio Raspberry Pi3 image

Postby rsi » 20 Mar 2020, 21:01

Okok,

after some minor digging (looked at the github repo for RuneOS.. https://github.com/RuneAudio/RuneOS) i found out it's Arch Linux.
Arch is not (officially) supported by the pi-hole project, but there is a package in the AUR (i'm a complete arch noob) and i found some promising posts / tutorials:
https://blog.jenningsga.com/install-pi-hole-on-arch/
https://www.reddit.com/r/pihole/comment ... linux_arm/

It seems doable. The current self quarantine in my city might make me try it soon.

Let's see. If any of the developers or experienced users want to contribute I'd be more than happy!
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Re: Installing pihole on RuneAudio Raspberry Pi3 image

Postby rodneymoss » 31 Mar 2020, 03:10

rsi wrote:Hi!

First of all, I came here in search of a solution just like you.
I'm still researching and planning my approach.
My goal is to run RuneAudio and PiHole on the same RaspberryPi.

But let's try to find a solution together!!

uname -m gives you the machine hardware name -> ARM 7, that's the CPU

This Website says its a stripped down linux.. whatever that means.
In your shell on the RPI run the following commands to find out what RuneAudio is based on.
Code: Select all
more /etc/*-release (if its there)

lsb_release -a

hostnamectl

uname -o (should give the OS, but no details, might be just: GNU/Linux)

post the output you get!

I'm able to run RuneAudio and PiHole on the same RaspberryPi.
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Re: Installing pihole on RuneAudio Raspberry Pi3 image

Postby LeighP » 02 Apr 2020, 15:45

My advice - I'd run them on seperate Raspberry Pi's to prevent any audio issues on your RuneAudio player.

If you want a minimal system for pi-hole, try 'diet-pi' - I run it on there on an older Pi2 and it works perfectly!

Leigh....
Home: Custom cased Rpi3 running RuneAudio 0.41Tb storage with 2 line LCD display!
HifiBerry+ DAC.
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Kitchen: Pi Zero W with RuneAudio 0.5.
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Re: Installing pihole on RuneAudio Raspberry Pi3 image

Postby KerryBrown » 04 Apr 2020, 08:46

rsi wrote:Hi!

First of all, I came here in search of a solution just like you.
I'm still researching and planning my approach.
My goal is to run RuneAudio and PiHole on the same RaspberryPi.

But let's try to find a solution together!!

uname -m gives you the machine hardware name -> ARM 7, that's the CPU

This Website says its a stripped down linux.. whatever that means.
In your shell on the RPI run the following commands to find out what RuneAudio is based on.
Code: Select all
more /etc/*-release (if its there)

lsb_release -a

hostnamectl

uname -o (should give the OS, but no details, might be just: GNU/Linux)

post the output you get!


You have provided the right solution. I had few issues now i can easily run R I'm able to run RuneAudio.
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Re: Installing pihole on RuneAudio Raspberry Pi3 image

Postby rsi » 06 Apr 2020, 08:19

rodneymoss wrote:I'm able to run RuneAudio and PiHole on the same RaspberryPi.


Well great!! - can you give any advice on installation? Any problems you ran into? Can we avoid pitfalls??
Performance-wise I wouldn't be too worried about music playback while pihole is running - Can you confirm?

Thanks
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