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Dev to dev & dev to runtime 1 year 8 months ago #10172

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Hi Ben,
I've carefully followed the steps on the guide to create a debian package (My package is named "Simulation55") for a project but when installing, I encounter such errors:

"No such project Simulation55"

I've included a screenshot of the package installation, as well as the "control","postinst" and "prerm" files

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Dev to dev & dev to runtime 1 year 8 months ago #10175

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Hi Maverick,
I can't open your .gz file.
Please, can you send a zip or tar file?
/Ben
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Dev to dev & dev to runtime 1 year 8 months ago #10176

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Hi Ben,
Sorry for the incovenience. There's the zip archive.

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Dev to dev & dev to runtime 1 year 8 months ago #10178

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Hi Maverick,
I don't see any errors on yours debian script files, but I would like to precise that...

> don't confuse the 'project' name (as you named when you created it in dev env.) and the 'projetc folder' name, see example below...

project folder (dev station): /usr/local/pwrp/

project folder name: /usr/local/pwrp/myproject

In the guide, 'myproject' is the project folder name, not the project name.

So in your case, if your project folder name is 'simulation', maybe you have to change 'Simulation' by 'simulation', note the 'S' uppercase difference.

If you don't solve your problem, wait Claes comments.

/Ben
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Dev to dev & dev to runtime 1 year 6 months ago #10268

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Hi everyone,

I am wondering if I can distribute a Proview project from a dev station onto a runtime/operator station with a different version of Proview (for example Proview V5.5 to Proview V5.4)

best regards

/Maverick
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Dev to dev & dev to runtime 1 year 6 months ago #10269

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Hi Maverick,

No, development and process station must have the same version.

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