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Kiwi server does not start after pause [fixed]

edited January 16 in Problems Now Fixed

So with my basic skills I was able to connect via putty to debian@kiwisdr and run a couple of commands. the output is pasted below.

Am I correct thinking (1) no kiwi hardware is detected or (2) kiwi server is not found or installed?

-----Linux kiwisdr 4.4.9-ti-r25 #1 SMP Thu May 5 23:08:13 UTC 2016 armv7l GNU/Linux

debian@kiwisdr:~$ systemctl status kiwisdr

● kiwisdr.service

  Loaded: not-found (Reason: No such file or directory)

  Active: inactive (dead)

Failed to start kiwisdr.service: Unit kiwisdr.service failed to load: No such file or directory.

Pinned packages:

debian@kiwisdr:~$ cat /etc/os-release

PRETTY_NAME="Debian GNU/Linux 8 (jessie)"

NAME="Debian GNU/Linux"

VERSION_ID="8"

VERSION="8 (jessie)"

ID=debian

Comments

  • jksjks
    edited January 14

    Try this to see the server log. It might be crash-looping or something:

    cdp

    m slog | tail -n 1000

    If the cdp fails then do cd; ls and see if the Beagle_SDR_GPS directory os even there.

  • I don;t get much.... both ls and /bin/ls give the same result

    debian@kiwisdr:~$ /bin/ls

    bin ismod

    -----

    m slog | tail -n 1000 not recognized as a valid command

  • jksjks
    edited January 14

    debian@kiwisdr:~$ /bin/ls

    bin ismod

    So you must be logged in via the debian account. That's fine, but you need to be root to get to the root's home directory where the Kiwi server files live. So do this:

    sudo su

    (use debian account password)

    cd

    pwd

    (should say "/root")

    ls

    cdp

    m slog


  • edited January 14

    the end of the log reads something like this .....

    root@kiwisdr:~/Beagle_SDR_GPS# Jan 13 23:06:28 kiwisdr kiwid: 00:01:06.101 ....     DX: CURRENT /root/kiwi.config/dx_community_config.json

    bash: Jan: command not found

    root@kiwisdr:~/Beagle_SDR_GPS# Jan 13 23:06:28 kiwisdr kiwid: 00:01:06.129 ....     DX: checking /root/kiwi.config/dx_community.json again                                                     st kiwisdr.com/dx/dx_community.json

    bash: Jan: command not found

    root@kiwisdr:~/Beagle_SDR_GPS# Jan 13 23:06:29 kiwisdr kiwid: 00:01:06.704 ....     DX: CURRENT /root/kiwi.config/dx_community.json

    bash: Jan: command not found

    root@kiwisdr:~/Beagle_SDR_GPS# Jan 13 23:06:47 kiwisdr kiwid: 00:01:24.554 0... 0   browser: <Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) Ap pleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/120.0.0.0 Safari/537.36>

    bash: syntax error near unexpected token `('root@kiwisdr:~/Beagle_SDR_GPS# Jan 13 23:06:58 kiwisdr kiwid: 00:01:36.183 0... 0   browser: <Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/120.0.0.0 Safari/537.36>

    bash: syntax error near unexpected token `('root@kiwisdr:~/Beagle_SDR_GPS# Jan 13 23:07:13 kiwisdr kiwid: 00:01:51.022 0... 0    1170.00 kHz am z0 "(no identity)" 192.168.1.214 Pembroke Pines, Florida, USA (ARRIVED)

    bash: syntax error near unexpected token `('root@kiwisdr:~/Beagle_SDR_GPS# Jan 13 23:10:42 kiwisdr kiwid: 00:05:20.267 .... 0    1170.00 kHz am z0 "(no identity)" 192.168.1.214 Pembroke Pines, Florida, USA (LEAVING after 0:03:45)

    bash: syntax error near unexpected token `('root@kiwisdr:~/Beagle_SDR_GPS# root@kiwisdr:~/Beagle_SDR_GPS#

    bash: root@kiwisdr:~/Beagle_SDR_GPS#: No such file or directory

    root@kiwisdr:~/Beagle_SDR_GPS#

    ----------------------

    root@kiwisdr:~/Beagle_SDR_GPS# cd; ls

    Beagle_SDR_GPS build build.log kiwi.config

    ---------------

    When i get to kiwisdr:8073/admin I see the tab labels but each of the tabs is empty

  • jksjks
    edited January 14

    That's hard to follow, but seems pretty messed up. Do you happen to know how to open port 22 (ssh) on your router and point it to the Kiwi? That way I could connect to the Beagle from here and take a look.

    I can try to talk you through the steps if you are able to connect to your router via a browser connection. Let me know the router model/manufacturer.

    Thanks.

  • edited January 14

    57.135.105.35 port 22 should be open. I changed internet provider to phone and tested it via putty. if account psswd is needed I can provide we are kiwi 1663

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