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So after trying to help someone on the IRC with their Turtle I decided to get mine going to give them what they needed to know. After getting it on and connected to my ethernet and such, it can get to lanturtle.com and the rest of the internet.

Did a factory reset, did a update with the .bin file, did the 'firstboot && restart' as I saw someone suggest on another thread on here. Just doesn't wanna get the module manager started at all. Anyone have any other recommendation on what to do/try?

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On 1/24/2019 at 1:58 AM, Exmix said:

Anyone have any other recommendation on what to do/try?

sounds similar to the time i removed module manager from my turtle 🙂 did you try installing module manager manually? https://github.com/hak5/lanturtle-modules/blob/gh-pages/modules/modulemanager

 

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5 hours ago, Just_a_User said:

sounds similar to the time i removed module manager from my turtle 🙂 did you try installing module manager manually? https://github.com/hak5/lanturtle-modules/blob/gh-pages/modules/modulemanager

 

I just tried it and making sure I'm doing this right. I copy the script, paste it into a new file(I called mine mminstaller), then run './mminstaller install', correct? If so I did that, remove, install, enable, start, and status, and still nothing. BUT I was able to install modules with it, which was the main issue.

So essentially just use the script from the github to install modules since the regular manager doesn't work(At least for me)

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11 minutes ago, Exmix said:

I just tried it and making sure I'm doing this right. I copy the script, paste it into a new file(I called mine mminstaller), then run './mminstaller install', correct? If so I did that, remove, install, enable, start, and status, and still nothing. BUT I was able to install modules with it, which was the main issue.

So essentially just use the script from the github to install modules since the regular manager doesn't work(At least for me)

well i meant replace the existing module manager module in the turtle interface located in /etc/turtle/modules/ backup the exisitng one, make new or copy and edit a new one to = the github module manager code. Make sure its executable - then go back into the turtle UI and try it again.

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4 hours ago, Just_a_User said:

well i meant replace the existing module manager module in the turtle interface located in /etc/turtle/modules/ backup the exisitng one, make new or copy and edit a new one to = the github module manager code. Make sure its executable - then go back into the turtle UI and try it again.

I...did not think of that. I feel silly xD. I just tried that and sadly that did not work.

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10 minutes ago, Exmix said:

I...did not think of that. I feel silly xD. I just tried that and sadly that did not work.

interesting im on V5 and module manager seems fine for me at the moment. Does the module manager launch at all? or does it flicker but stay on the modules page?

Dont forget worst case you can always pop the case and do a firmware recovery.

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46 minutes ago, Just_a_User said:

interesting im on V5 and module manager seems fine for me at the moment. Does the module manager launch at all? or does it flicker but stay on the modules page?

Dont forget worst case you can always pop the case and do a firmware recovery.

I did the firmware recovery.

When I go to Modules > modulemanager > Bootup Status is Enabled, current status is Stopped, when I attempt to start it, it says 'Press OK or CTRL+C to exit, then nothing more and it kinda hangs there.

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8 minutes ago, Exmix said:

I did the firmware recovery.

When I go to Modules > modulemanager > Bootup Status is Enabled, current status is Stopped, when I attempt to start it, it says 'Press OK or CTRL+C to exit, then nothing more and it kinda hangs there. 

i dont start it, I use configure to get the options etc, what does that give you?

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1 minute ago, Just_a_User said:

i dont start it, I use configure to get the options etc, what does that give you?

 

Directory - Which I AM able to download modules now(Wasn't able to before)

Delete - Which I am able to delete installed modules(Wasn't able to before)

Update - Seems to work

Back

So it seems everything is fine now. I don't know why I was trying to start it. xD That doesn't even make sense.

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