Startup Issue with Terraria - Cant Start Terraria Server Rpi5

System Information

Field Value
Operating System Linux - Debian GNU/Linux 12 on aarch64
Product AMP ‘Decadeus’ v2.4.8.0 (Mainline)
Virtualization None
Application Terraria
Module GenericModule
Running in Container No
Current State Stopped

Problem Description


Im trying to create a terraria server on my raspberry pi 5 8hb running AMP, i own terraria on steam, and gave my login details, but when i click update, AMP tryes to download something but dosent, and the server dosent start

Reproduction Steps

  • Created Terraria Instance
  • Loged in steam info for server update
  • clicked start and update server

Did you pick the option for CPx2 during installation?

Hi Mike, it’s me OP, had to use another account because it would let me edit my earlier response… So:

I tried to reinstall the AMP instance server, and found no option to install CPx2 during installation, and after the instalation and configuration of the server, the logs said, “Configure CPx2: No”, so i did some diggin in the forums and found out that the installer for this feature is not working properly for raspberry pi 5, based in this post:

Raspberry Pi 5 compatibility? CPx2 not working out of the box

Is there any plans in the future to fix this bug?, or is there any easier workarround, or do i have to compile from source the dependencies to be able to use CPx2 on the rpi5?

If it didn’t give the option then its because the system isn’t compatible for one reason or another. It’s not a Pi specific feature.

Specifically - only Ubuntu LTS (20.04 or 22.04) editions are supported with CPx2 at this time - so not a bug and it’s functioning as designed.

I see, thanks so much for the info, I’ll try whit those versions.

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