Automatic SkipMode Project Proposal

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  1. Tony_T

    Tony_T Well-Known Member

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    I had to Update my Pi with
    sudo apt-get update and
    sudo apt-get dist-upgrade before JavaFX would install.
     
  2. steinbch

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    So I just created a new SD card with Raspbian on it and tried going along with the install directions. The Java SE 8 installs successfully (grabbed the latest version from Oracle 8u152), set up the redirects and then tried to install JavaFX. It installs most of the package, but gives an error saying that it is missing the 'server' JVM and that there are dependency problems. Trying to rerun the install of JavaFX shows that there are 4 parts not fully installed.
     
  3. Tony_T

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    Did you try:
    sudo apt-get update
    sudo apt-get dist-upgrade
    then:
    sudo apt-get install openjfx

    This fixed the javafx install errors I was getting.
     
  4. steinbch

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    I tried updating/upgrading and continue to get the same error. Did you download Java 8 directly from this link on Oracle's site? I'm at a loss for what else could be the issue.
     
  5. Tony_T

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    Yes.
    Linux ARM 32 Hard Float ABI
    Java SE Development Kit 8u152

    Run java -version to check install
     
  6. steinbch

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    That didn't seem to do it, but found someone with a similar issue on the RPi forums. This seemed to do the trick:

    sudo apt-get purge openjdk-8-jre-headless
    sudo apt-get install openjdk-8-jre-headless
    sudo apt-get install openjdk-8-jre
    Now I was able to install JavaFX, but KMTTG crashes within 30 seconds of loading. Guessing that you may be running it from the CLI instead of GUI? (and thank you so much for your help)
     
  7. Tony_T

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    Yes. I'm running headless on a Pi Zero W accessing via SSH. I use the Pi only for AutoSkip. For OnePass backup and anything else I use the GUI (another copy) on my Mac
     
  8. Tony_T

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    Kmttg Skip Service working good on the Pi Zero.
    I've also added an SSH App to my iPhone so that I can easily start the Service (instead of running 24/7). I also set up a cron to stop the Service nightly.
     

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