Package Details: argonone-c-git r152.e7671c1-2

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Package Base: argonone-c-git
Description: A replacement daemon for Argon One Raspberry Pi cases, written in C.
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Keywords: aarch64 argonone raspberrypi rpi
Licenses: MIT
Conflicts: argonone, argonone-c, argonone-git, argonone-rpi4
Provides: argonone-c
Submitter: SpacingBat3
Maintainer: iWm
Last Packager: SpacingBat3
Votes: 3
Popularity: 0.000315
First Submitted: 2021-02-21 20:32 (UTC)
Last Updated: 2022-03-13 11:50 (UTC)

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gameslayer commented on 2023-10-26 14:42 (UTC)

It's working with no issues on Manjaro Arm64, wonder what the issue is

SpacingBat3 commented on 2023-07-25 17:34 (UTC)

@tinwasp see #55 on GitLab.

You probably don't want to report this stuff there, this package is pretty much dead without anyone being interested at maintaining it.

tinwasp commented on 2023-07-11 16:56 (UTC) (edited on 2023-07-11 16:59 (UTC) by tinwasp)

I cannot get this to work properly somehow; keep getting systemd-coredump[20428]: [🡕] Process 20415 (argononed) of user 0 dumped core. with systemd status giving me

argononed.service: Main process exited, code=dumped, status=6/ABRT
argononed.service: Failed with result 'core-dump'.
argononed.service: Scheduled restart job, restart counter is at 19.
Stopped Argon One Fan and Button Daemon Service.
Starting Argon One Fan and Button Daemon Service...
argononed.service: Can't open PID file /run/ (yet?) after start: No such file or directory

and the /var/log/argononed.log showing the following cycle:

Tue Jul 11 18:22:00 2023 [INFO] Startup ArgonOne Daemon ver 0.3.4
Tue Jul 11 18:22:00 2023 [INFO] Loading Configuration
Tue Jul 11 18:22:00 2023 [INFO] Reading values from device-tree
Tue Jul 11 18:22:00 2023 [WARNING] Unable to open device-tree data
Tue Jul 11 18:22:00 2023 [INFO] GPIO initialized
Tue Jul 11 18:22:00 2023 [INFO] Unable to read valid revision code
Tue Jul 11 18:22:00 2023 [INFO] Lock file created
Tue Jul 11 18:22:00 2023 [INFO] Now running as a daemon
Tue Jul 11 18:22:00 2023 [INFO] Begin Initalizing shared memory
Tue Jul 11 18:22:00 2023 [INFO] I2C Initialized
Tue Jul 11 18:22:00 2023 [INFO] Set fan to 0%
Tue Jul 11 18:22:00 2023 [INFO] Now waiting for button press
Tue Jul 11 18:22:00 2023 [INFO] Monitoring line 4 on /dev/gpiochip0
Tue Jul 11 18:22:02 2023 [CRITICAL] Cannot get VideoCore I/O!
Tue Jul 11 18:22:02 2023 [CRITICAL] Temperature can not be monitored!!
Tue Jul 11 18:22:02 2023 [CRITICAL] Cannot get CPU Temp!
Tue Jul 11 18:22:03 2023 [INFO] Startup ArgonOne Daemon ver 0.3.4

Any ideas how this can be fixed or how I can troubleshoot this any further?

SpacingBat3 commented on 2023-05-06 19:45 (UTC)

@DarkElevenAngel yeah, package is orphaned, anyone can take it as I'm not interested much in testing and maintaining ARM/RPi4-specific software (that's how AUR works, I guess – there's no repo owners, only maintainers). You can add me as co-maintainer if you need any help, but be aware I both don't want and might not be able to invest much time into it.

DarkElvenAngel commented on 2022-07-15 02:34 (UTC)

@SpacingBat3 Have you orphaned this package? If so do you want me to look after it?

Lightwell commented on 2022-06-16 15:25 (UTC)

A helpful answer led me to yay, which solved all my issues. Much much simpler than pacman.

Lightwell commented on 2022-06-15 22:38 (UTC)

Hi - in aarch64 I cannot load this via pacman - no package found!

So I git-cloned and now cannot ./configure.

Am I missing something v obvious?


a3dman commented on 2021-10-30 11:15 (UTC)

@katoitalia, could you please share how you made it work on aarch64?

SpacingBat3 commented on 2021-08-21 22:45 (UTC)

Ok @kwirkie, I edited my message, I guess I was wrong about it, but I still test it in practice to see what is going on for now and what consequences are of that change... IDK if there's any reason for that, but the maintainer of the official project also installs it to /etc directory, I guess you should contact him as well...

kwirkie commented on 2021-08-20 19:37 (UTC)

Thanks @SpacingBat3


  • /usr/lib/systemd/system/: units provided by installed packages
  • /etc/systemd/system/: units installed by the system administrator

This allows admins to easily override the version provided in the package (although drop-in files are usually a preferred way).