File not found when installing on Ubuntu

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BentCold
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File not found when installing on Ubuntu

Post by BentCold » Thursday 13 September 2018 13:03

I'm trying to install a Proof Of Concept Domoticz server on a virtual LightUbuntu machine for my Home Automation project. (Will be on a Raspberry Pi in Production). To prove to myself that Domoticz can do all it says - and I can figure out how to :-)

But when I install using the curl macro I get a 404 File not found.
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Do I need to add some repository / path / ... ?
I'm neither a programmer nor a Linux expert - so maybe its elementary :-)

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Bent Cold

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Re: File not found when installing on Ubuntu

Post by hscholing » Tuesday 25 September 2018 21:07

Same problem here.. cannot install now

gerardsoraya
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Re: File not found when installing on Ubuntu

Post by gerardsoraya » Tuesday 25 September 2018 21:49

BentCold wrote:I'm trying to install a Proof Of Concept Domoticz server on a virtual LightUbuntu machine for my Home Automation project. (Will be on a Raspberry Pi in Production). To prove to myself that Domoticz can do all it says - and I can figure out how to :-)

But when I install using the curl macro I get a 404 File not found.
domoticz_1.png
domoticz_2.png
Do I need to add some repository / path / ... ?
I'm neither a programmer nor a Linux expert - so maybe its elementary :-)

Regards
Bent Cold
I have been struggeling with that problem for months and nobody on this forum. I have running it now for 2 days without problems. Ive done a clean install of Ubuntu and than ive done apt-get update and apt-get upgrade. After that i have done the installation the hard way (compiling from source). This was the solution for me. I have even contacted my provider of they had blocked anything haha. I also bought an other desktop and that was not the solution. Let me know if you want information and if it is solved.

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