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Installing Logstash DEB file fails to run on Pi4+ with Buster #11428

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fallenreaper opened this issue Dec 11, 2019 · 1 comment
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Installing Logstash DEB file fails to run on Pi4+ with Buster #11428

fallenreaper opened this issue Dec 11, 2019 · 1 comment

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@fallenreaper fallenreaper commented Dec 11, 2019

Please post all product and debugging questions on our forum. Your questions will reach our wider community members there, and if we confirm that there is a bug, then we can open a new issue here.

For security vulnerabilities please only send reports to security@elastic.co.
See https://www.elastic.co/community/security for more information.

Logstash Plugins are located in a different organization: https://github.com/logstash-plugins. For bugs on specific Logstash plugins, for example, if Redis Output has a defect, please open it in the respective Redis Output repository.

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  • Version: 7.5.0
  • Operating System: Buster (Raspbian)
  • Config File (if you have sensitive info, please remove it):
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  • Steps to Reproduce:
    obtain a raspberry pi 4+, 4gb, (i have a 32gb sd card)
    apt-get update
    apt-get upgrade
    curl the deb file
    dpkg the deb
    try to run it, logs will show it stopping and not staying on.

I saw a gist that took the jar unzipped it, cp'd a file in there up a level, and then rejar'd it, and placed it back into place, and it worked correctly. i dont have the link to it at the moment.

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@fallenreaper fallenreaper commented Dec 13, 2019

I saw a reference to this:https://gist.github.com/alexalouit/a857a6de10dfdaf7485f7c0cccadb98c
when looking up the error: #10755

I must note that an error which i was getting which caused me to find this workaround was: LoadError ffi/ffi. When running that gist though it seems to resolve itself.

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