Edited by ChrisB at Sat Nov 22, 2014 02:07 |
So I tried again with a bit more sleep and success! Is fairly straightforward thanks to other people doing the hard work!
Instructions for installing CrashPlan on banana pi are as follows.
This guy's instructions were great:
http://melgrubb.wordpress.com/20 ... -part-10-crashplan/
(There's a few instructions around using different sorts of Java. This post seems to be one of the newer ones.)
I used Lubuntu (v3.1.1) and this extra code to get Java working
Then Melgrubb's normal installation command, i.e. Copy the Code
- sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/java
- sudo apt-get update
. Then follow Melgrubb's instructions. Copy the Code
- sudo apt-get install oracle-java8-jdk libjna-java
The only other thing I did differently, was changing this:
to this: Copy the Code
- sudo cp /usr/lib/java/swt-gtk-3.8.0.jar /usr/local/crashplan/lib/swt.jar
(version number difference, might just be that his post is a few months old...?) Copy the Code
- sudo cp /usr/lib/java/swt-gtk-3.8.2.jar /usr/local/crashplan/lib/swt.jar
I also found these commands quite useful (I didn't get a shortcut like Melgrubb's suggests):
Go to /usr/local/crashplan/bin then
Note that: you need to start CrashPlanDesktop with sudo rights otherwise it won't find the backup engine.