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Re: OpenCMA/libVitaMTP 2.0: CMA on Linux and Windows

Post by codestation » Tue Nov 19, 2013 3:27 am

PS3Y2kvirus wrote: libVitaMTP Version: 2.1
Protocol Max Version: 01700010
If you want to use the opencma command-line app then you should compile/install the version that yifanlu provides. It seems that you are using my mod and that one doesn't work with the command line app.

edit: i disabled the building of opencma by default on my fork so this misunderstanding between the two projects doesn't happen again.
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Re: OpenCMA/libVitaMTP 2.0: CMA on Linux and Windows

Post by PS3Y2kvirus » Tue Nov 19, 2013 3:34 am

codestation wrote:
PS3Y2kvirus wrote: libVitaMTP Version: 2.1
Protocol Max Version: 01700010
If you want to use the opencma command-line app then you should compile/install the version that yifanlu provides. It seems that you are using my mod and that one doesn't work with the command line app.
Ah many Thanks, and I am currently downloading linux mint KDE 15 I was hoping it would work so I could try both your qcma and Yifan Lu's opencma
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Re: OpenCMA/libVitaMTP 2.0: CMA on Linux and Windows

Post by nycshane » Sun Dec 22, 2013 11:47 pm

smoke: what windows VM are you using, what version of windows?

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Re: OpenCMA/libVitaMTP 2.0: CMA on Linux and Windows

Post by SMOKE » Mon Dec 23, 2013 12:15 am

nycshane wrote:smoke: what windows VM are you using, what version of windows?
I have a Ubuntu host with a WinXP and Win7 guests.

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Re: OpenCMA/libVitaMTP 2.0: CMA on Linux and Windows

Post by soluslobo » Fri May 02, 2014 12:11 am

how does one install opencma on linux? Im on ubuntu 14.04 and after I download the file it says to open with software center and when I do it shows installing but once the bar has reached 100% it shows install again. How did you guys install it on linux?

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Re: OpenCMA/libVitaMTP 2.0: CMA on Linux and Windows

Post by codestation » Fri May 02, 2014 12:20 am

OpenCMA isn't maintained anymore by Yifanlu, i took over the project and made a CMA-like tool called Qcma in here: viewtopic.php?f=52&t=34677

You can use the 13.10 debs, there are users that confirm that these still works on 14.04. I will publish the real 14.04 debs very soon.
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Re: OpenCMA/libVitaMTP 2.0: CMA on Linux and Windows

Post by SMOKE » Fri May 02, 2014 12:23 am

codestation wrote:there are users that confirm that these still works on 14.04.
Yea one was me, the master tester :mrgreen:

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Re: OpenCMA/libVitaMTP 2.0: CMA on Linux and Windows

Post by soluslobo » Fri May 02, 2014 12:32 am

codestation wrote:OpenCMA isn't maintained anymore by Yifanlu, i took over the project and made a CMA-like tool called Qcma in here: viewtopic.php?f=52&t=34677

You can use the 13.10 debs, there are users that confirm that these still works on 14.04. I will publish the real 14.04 debs very soon.
when I double click on the qcma file you have for 13.10 it shows this in the software center

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Dependency is not satisfiable: libavcodec53(>=6:0.8.3-1~)libavcodec-extra-53 (>=6:0.8.8)
do I install this with terminal?

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Re: OpenCMA/libVitaMTP 2.0: CMA on Linux and Windows

Post by SMOKE » Fri May 02, 2014 12:37 am

You need to update the package with synaptic package manager.

I didn't need to, but apparently you do lol

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Re: OpenCMA/libVitaMTP 2.0: CMA on Linux and Windows

Post by codestation » Fri May 02, 2014 12:37 am

Try installing them from terminal:

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sudo dpkg -i vitamtp*.deb
sudo dpkg -i qcma*deb
sudo apt-get --yes --fix-broken install
That will install qcma (the last command will install all the missing dependencies). I will add a ppa soon, so no more terminal fiddling ;) .
Last edited by codestation on Fri May 02, 2014 1:30 am, edited 2 times in total.
Reason: updated fix command
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