[RS] rs_process nnext error ?

4291

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My box doesn't connect to the rs website this morning. Tried this as suggested in the wiki.

Connecting to 192.168.0.104:23
Connected.
humax# /mod/sbin/rs_process now
Processing command 'schedule '
*Schedule 4170/51540/1/1/BBC ONE/1358170200/Look North
*LCN suggests service 4167.
*Trying source service/event ID.
*Trying events at the original event time @4167
*Trying next event Doctors
*Trying previous event BBC News at One
Runtime Error: /mod/sbin/rs_process:202: can't read "nnext": no such variable
at file "/mod/sbin/rs_process", line 202
humax#
humax#
 

af123

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That's a bug - I will look into it. Not related to this thread though - would you mind if the moderators split your post into a new thread, perhaps [RS] rs_process nnext error ?
 
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4291

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Not at all. You do not need to ask my permission. ;)

I was trying out whether selecting Look North would in fact schedule Look East. I sure I have tried it in the past with success.
 

af123

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I was trying out whether selecting Look North would in fact schedule Look East. I sure I have tried it in the past with success.
This bug will prevent exactly that. It's a trivial fix but I can't push it out until tonight.
It might explain some of the reported problems with local programmes (different thread).
 

af123

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Fixed in rs 0.6.0 which has just been published. Thanks for the report!

Would you be able to try that again once you've upgraded?

(Thanks to whoever moved the posts too).
 
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4291

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OK now thanks. . I left the box on after I had upgraded for over 15 minutes, but nothing happened until I rebooted. I checked soon after and Look East appeared in the webif Scheduled Events. Success. :)
 
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4291

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Same success with Calendar News scheduling my local region news programme.
 

Ezra Pound

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Fixed in rs 0.6.0 which has just been published. Thanks for the report!

Should RS 0.5.0 exist at the same time as RS 0.6.0? It says RS 0.6.0 isn't installed, same status after a reboot
Code:
humax# opkg info rs
Package: rs
Version: 0.6.0
Depends: webif (>= 0.9.12-7), cron-daemon (>= 1.18.3-1), epg (>= 1.0.7), anacron (>= 2.3-1), rsvsync (>= 1.0.3)
Provides:
Status: unknown ok not-installed
Section: misc
Architecture: mipsel
Maintainer: af123@hummypkg.org.uk
MD5Sum: e04aab1593a56fe40dd69e4a30e1e7c5
Size: 15148
Filename: rs_0.6.0_mipsel.opk
Description: Remote scheduling support.
 
Package: rs
Version: 0.5.0
Depends: webif (>= 0.9.12-7), cron-daemon (>= 1.18.3-1), epg (>= 1.0.7), anacron (>= 2.3-1), rsvsync (>= 1.0.3)
Provides:
Status: install user installed
Architecture: mipsel
Installed-Time: 1351100252
 
humax#
 

Brian

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RS 0.6.0 seems to have installed OK for me, and didn't require a reboot.
 

af123

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Staff member
Should RS 0.5.0 exist at the same time as RS 0.6.0? It says RS 0.6.0 isn't installed, same status after a reboot

That does look odd, but note that 0.6.0 is flagged as not installed for some reason. Maybe try a force reinstall?
 

Ezra Pound

Well-Known Member
That does look odd, but note that 0.6.0 is flagged as not installed for some reason. Maybe try a force reinstall?
That did the trick , thanks
Code:
humax# opkg install rs --force-reinstall
Removing package rs from root...
Installing rs (0.6.0) to root...
Downloading http://hummypkg.org.uk/hdrfoxt2/base/rs_0.6.0_mipsel.opk.
Configuring rs.
humax# opkg info rs
Package: rs
Version: 0.6.0
Depends: webif (>= 0.9.12-7), cron-daemon (>= 1.18.3-1), epg (>= 1.0.7), anacron (>= 2.3-1), rsvsync (>= 1.0.3)
Provides:
Status: install user installed
Section: misc
Architecture: mipsel
Maintainer: af123@hummypkg.org.uk
MD5Sum: e04aab1593a56fe40dd69e4a30e1e7c5
Size: 15148
Filename: rs_0.6.0_mipsel.opk
Description: Remote scheduling support.
Installed-Time: 1358290364
 
humax#
 
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