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Can't install any drivers
#1
EDIT: This is now happening no matter what I try to install. Appears that some servers are down I believe

When I go to install the PS3 Controller driver it fails. Here is the log from that:


.gz   rps_2019-03-28_154140.log.gz (Size: 1.44 KB / Downloads: 0)

When trying to install all the drivers, it installs a few then fails and says this:

"Could not install package(s): doxygen"

"Could not install package(s): dkms
raspberrypi-kernel-headers"

"Could not install package(s): doxygen"

""Could not successfully build ps3controller - PS3
controller driver and pair via sixad
(/home/pi/RetroPie-Setup/tmp/build/ps3controller/sixad/bins/sixad-bin not found)."

"Could not install package(s): virtualenv python3-dev."

Here is the logs from this:


.gz   rps_2019-03-28_154314.log.gz (Size: 218 bytes / Downloads: 0)

.gz   rps_2019-03-28_154319.log.gz (Size: 7.07 KB / Downloads: 0)

It does this same thing with the Full and Slim build of 4.2 using multiple sd cards just to make sure that wasn't the case

Pretty much the only thing it will see it a mouse and keyboard. It was fine yesterday when I built an sdcard. Borked the Retroarch install I had so I went to remake it and now this happens. Downloaded fresh copies of everything to rule all of that out.
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#2
if you run "sudo apt-get update" from terminal, what happens?
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#3
(03-28-2019, 11:48 PM)alexkidd Wrote: if you run "sudo apt-get update" from terminal, what happens?

Starts fine then eventually the same thing happens. Tries to download from debian.org and fails. Same with sudu apt-get upgrade. Anything I try downloading or updating fails like that.

Tried from another internet connection to rule out my connection and same thing happens
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#4
(03-29-2019, 12:16 AM)shawnsdada Wrote:
(03-28-2019, 11:48 PM)alexkidd Wrote: if you run "sudo apt-get update" from terminal, what happens?

Starts fine then eventually the same thing happens. Tries to download from debian.org and fails. Same with sudu apt-get upgrade. Anything I try downloading or updating fails like that.

Tried from another internet connection to rule out my connection and same thing happens

i'm having the same problem.. no internet breakout.
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#5
"sudo apt-get install pkg-config" - This will at least get ps3controller driver to install

sudo apt-get install doxygen - Will get that to install

Still can't get the others to install. Looks like there's stuff related to Jessie Debian missing from the Debian servers themselves. Anything that relies on anything from that server won't install. Gets to a certain section of that server and errors out on the connection.

PS3 Controller was all I really needed, but any of the other tools and emulators that download from that server aren't going to update or install at all and people are going to start getting annoyed.
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#6
please follow https://github.com/retr0rangepi/RetrOrangePi/issues/46

we'll fix it as soon as we have some sparetime
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