Bionic install from repository: libspotify12 missing #465
When trying to install from the bintray repo for Ubuntu Bionic,
If the repo for mopidy is installed per instructions here: https://github.com/mopidy/libspotify-deb, libspotify12 is supplied and the install works as expected.
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yes, this is expected. I.e. if you install Tizonia directly using the Bintray repo without the assistance of the 'install.sh' script. Please have a look the README.md file:
If you have not made use of install.sh, then you probably will also be missing the Python PIP dependencies. If in doubt, please have a look inside 'install.sh'
So I'm closing the issue, but please reopen if my understanding of your problem is incorrect.
@juanrubio Ok I just purged
And the installation is falling :
using this command
This is because
I don't see how #743 would be related to this.
The solution is to provide somehow
EDIT: I saw your installation succeed on a fresh Ubuntu install (Focal), but which repo is providing
libspotify's binaries are hosted in Mopidy's own APT repository (libspotify is proprietary code, so it can't be hosted in Debian's repos). Tizonia's installation script adds Mopidy APT archive during the installation. See the script's logic for that here:
The portion of the log in your screenshot does not display this part of the installation, so I can't tell what happened in your case.
The installation of Tizonia on Bionic has worked well for years now, and the Focal issues (that were related to arguably a bug in Ubuntu) are now resolved.
I hope this answers your questions.
Thank you for the feedback here is the full log
Your link makes it clear to me now, it tests that
This is because when a repo is disabled it coments lines :
I suggest the script would force overwrite the repo or force to add it. Or just check it is uncommented. Or even simpler print a warning message to the user. This was confusing to me. It may help others.
Thank you again