Rise Player installation on Raspberry Pi fails with illegal instruction

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    Robb Price

    Hi there Patrick,

     

    A segmentation fault is commonly caused by a program trying to read or write an illegal memory location. I have a sneaking suspicion that the different type of Pi may be the issue here, as you can read in this Help Center article, the Pi Player is tested and supported on Raspberry Pi 3 with a Class 10 SD card.  If you can test on that supported hardware, I don't think you will have the same issue.

    I hope that helps!

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    Patrick Van de Casteele

    Thanks Rob. I'd found the article you're referring to, which is why I was assuming the problem was due to my type of Pi. I've ordered a Pi 3 now, and will resume testing once it has arrived.

    Thanks again!

    P.

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    Patrick Van de Casteele

    Just to close this out: I got a Pi 3, and the Rise Player installs and works perfectly!

    P.

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    Robb Price

    Fantastic to hear Patrick! 

    Thanks for letting us know!

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    Aaron McQueen

    I'm having a similar issue, but I've already installed the player and it's been running for a couple weeks. I also have the player running fine on 5 other similar devices. This is on a RPi 3 with a Class 10 SD card.  Here the error when I try to start the player that started today.  Rebooting doesn't fix the issue.

    ./start.sh --unattended
    ./start.sh: line 27: 1267 Segmentation fault "$HOME/rvplayer/modules/launcher/2018.07.05.13.06/Installer/installer" "$@"

     

     

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