Thanks for the link, but I'm a bit paranoid about using images from unknown sources. How do I know that the image is safe & not malicious in any way?john564 wrote:It should work on this image
http://mirror.bytemark.co.uk/raspberryp ... ezy-armel/
you can do "sudo apt-get update" but don't do uprade
Houser wrote:I have the EXACT same problem, and have tried everything you have tried. I either get Illegal Instruction or Segmentation Fault when the Hamach daemon executes.
I will try the above suggestion, but download the image from the regular repo and not do the apt-get upgrade. We will see how it goes.
Yeah, I just did the same thing as you minutes ago and had no luck. I tried both the armel and the armhf packages. It looks like I might look for another VPN solution.Houser wrote:No good. I have reimaged Raspian, both directly (latest version from Sept 2013) and using NOOBS (a few months old).
Whatever I do, when Hamachi tries to launch I still get Illegal Instruction or Segmentation Fault. I also get an error when setting up lsb, about the symlink for armhd not found, but I have no idea where this symlink should be, or if it even a problem.
Sucks to be new to the Pi/Linux right now foe me.
What Raspberry OS are you using,Houser wrote:Used the older version from the Dropbox account, (unpacked it and ran sudo bash install.sh) and Hamachi was installed. Now trying to configure it.
Version 119 was the problem.
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sudo wget https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/140578/logmein-hamachi_188.8.131.52-1_armel.deb
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sudo dpkg -i logmein-hamachi_184.108.40.206-1_armel.deb
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