I created the plugin for mpd v0. If you are less lucky and cannot get a working package, if you have an ar71xx platform device like me, then you can download a prebuilt package from here or mirror If you are even less lucky and run a different build target then you will have to build your own package from lcd4linux and and latest dpflib. Roman October 27, at I just remembered, that I wrote a patch for the lcd4linux openwrt package, see https: Oldest first Newest first Threaded.
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If you are even less lucky and run a different build target then you will have to build your own package from lcd4linux and and latest dpflib.
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This is a great idea!! So no patch no fix I used latest version installed from SVN, it identifies itself as 0. I would suggest to built the package with all drivers or not to build lcd4linux at all as installable package while it is not usable without drivers. Roman October 28, at OK, I got patch file from the link above, applied it and created both libmpdclient files and recompiled the lcd4linux with mpd plugin.
When i want to build the package and select lcd4linux menuconfig the default driver is “NULL” so AFAIK it is “driver was not even compiled” but hopefully it is only matter of the config. Ldc4linux, I guess I managed to remove dependency and I also used absolute path for libmpdclient in plugin and that did it!
I am compiling it on Seagate Dockstar, running Debian Squeeze, kernel 2. Michu, I tried to compile lcd4linux with MPD plugin but I am running in to issues with configure not being able to locate libmpdclient.
Roman October 26, at Oldest first Newest first Threaded.
Which version of lcd4linux did you tried? Button Also it is useful if the device owner can manually trigger a password change.
You can try with… opkg update opkg list grep -E “dpf lcd4linux” And see if anything good shows up. Standard lcd4linux installed via apt-get runs fine, just openwrh not have MPD plugin. See TracTickets for help on using tickets.
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Well when i install package via opkg is has no drivers. Roman October 27, at Opened 7 years ago. E-mail address and user name can be saved in the Preferences.
You can nevertheless proceed and submit your changes if you wish so. Opened 7 years ago Closed 6 years ago. Here are some pics:.
Visit the Trac open source project at http: I tried to compile lcd4linux with MPD plugin but I am running in to issues with configure not being able to locate libmpdclient. Now I need to play with config file a bit, not all widgets from your sample config file are working yet. I have some widgets working lcd4lknux some not, which is weird.
And see if anything good shows up.
OpenWrt Project: package: lcd4linux-custom
The first section might need some customization to get it working but it is all self-explanatory. If you are less lucky and cannot get a working package, if you have an ar71xx platform device like me, then you can download a prebuilt package from here or mirror.
Changed 7 years ago by jan. It is not fully clear to me whether it is just a matter of a missing not installed package or whether the driver was not even compiled. I just remembered, that I wrote a lcd4linus for the lcd4linux openwrt package, see https: This means that the buildbot LCD4Linux opkg file in the repos is useless.