Odroid C1 supported?

Hi guys,

Is it possible to run mopidy on an odroid c1?

I assume so. Both @adamcik, @kingosticks, and I have bought Odroid-C1 this week, but I don’t think any of us have actually run Mopidy on it yet. Mopidy doesn’t have any special requirements and the C1 is quite powerful, so I’m confident it will work just perfect.

Though, with the launch of Raspberry Pi 2 this week, I would think that the Odroid-C1 will get some fierce competition. I expect Raspberry Pi 2 to be a lot more popular, even if C1 is more powerful.

Yes, should run nicely under their Ubuntu image.

I’m currently running Ubuntu on my Odroid C1, with Mopidy 0.19.5 and Mopidy-Spotify installed from apt.mopidy.com. I’m using a $3,90 USB audio dongle.

Currently enjoying God Is An Astronaut from Spotify. Everything working nicely :slight_smile:

Did you use the Ubuntu image from hardkernel?

I used the Ubuntu image from hardkernel first, but I wanted something way more minimal as I don’t intend to use it for anything graphical and I’d like something more vanilla.

I followed http://odroid.com/dokuwiki/doku.php?id=en:c1_ubuntu_minimal to build my own minimal image. To get an Ubuntu 14.10 image instead of 14.04, I replaced trusty with utopic everywhere except in the deb.odroid.in part of step 8. The deb.odroid.in repo doesn’t have packages for utopic yet, so had to stay with trusty there.

The only issue I had was that the linux-image-c1 package both depends and conflicts with linux-image-3.10.67-59. For now the solution is to just install linux-image-3.10.67-59 instead. That choice will probably lead to the kernel not being upgraded automatically in the future, so you should try installing linux-image-c1 later and see if the issue has been fixed in that package.

If you download the prebuilt image from the wiki, you should take care to remove the included SSH host keys (rm /etc/ssh/*_key*) and generate new ones.

Today i received my Odroid C1 and have some problems to install mopidy :frowning:

odroid@odroid:~$ wget -q -O - https://apt.mopidy.com/mopidy.gpg | sudo apt-key add -
gpg: no valid OpenPGP data found.

W: GPG error: http://apt.mopidy.com stable Release: The following signatures couldn’t be verified because the public key is not available: NO_PUBKEY

Install these packages without verification? [y/N] y

Can somebody help me?

Try downloading the file first, then run apt-key on it. That way, you’ll be able to see any errors and inspect the file.

wget https://apt.mopidy.com/mopidy.gpg
sudo apt-get add mopidy.gpg

If this still doesn’t work, please provide the output of

cat mopidy.gpg

Thx jodal,

That works!

One question about autostart. On the raspberry pi i changed the settings with the “rcconf”-tool

But on the Odroid C1 there was no entry in rcconf?

I’ve never heard about rcconf before.

The mopidy Debian package comes with both sysvinit and systemd init scripts. See https://docs.mopidy.com/latest/debian/ for more details on how to use them.

Thx again jodal :grinning:

sudo dpkg-reconfigure mopidy

That works great!