I'm using Arch Linux ARM on a Raspberry Pi. I installed murmur using
pacman -Sy murmur. After trying to start the murmur daemon I get the
[root@alarmpi /]# murmurd -ini /etc/murmur.ini -supw xxxxx
<W>2013-05-28 15:54:13.773 Initializing settings from /etc/murmur.ini (basepath /etc)
<W>2013-05-28 15:54:13.788 OpenSSL: OpenSSL 1.0.1e 11 Feb 2013
<W>2013-05-28 15:54:13.794 SSL: Adding recommended CA StartCom Certification Authority
<W>2013-05-28 15:54:13.800 SSL: Adding recommended CA AAA Certificate Services
<W>2013-05-28 15:54:13.807 SSL: Adding recommended CA UTN-USERFirst-Client Authentication and Email
<C>2013-05-28 14:54:13.809 Successfully switched to uid 86
<F>2013-05-28 14:54:13.813 ServerDB: Database driver QSQLITE not available
I'm assuming something is wrong with my Qt installation, but Qt was
automatically installed by pacman. In /usr/lib/qt4/plugins/sqldrivers
there are several files, one of which is libqsqlite.so. Is it possible
the Qt-package in the Arch Linux ARM package database was not compiled
with a qsqlite flag? Has anyone encountered this error before who knows
how to fix this? Any help is greatly appreciated!
Alright, apparently the problem lies in running the process as a non-root user. Removing the user-id from the murmur.ini file fixed it. It runs as root now though, so that might be insecure...
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