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ProviewR on Raspberry Pi 2 months 3 weeks ago #11658

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I'll try again when the repositories are valid again

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ProviewR on Raspberry Pi 2 months 2 weeks ago #11663

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Hi Claes,

I'm back. After successfully dealing with some problems in the RpiOS, I managed to install all of the packages that you mentioned earlier.

I provided a screenshot showing the current output of 'rt_ini -i', and another one showing the /pwrp folder

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ProviewR on Raspberry Pi 1 month 4 weeks ago #11702

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Hi Claes and Snarf,

Realizing that my Raspberry Pi board is just too old (version 1 Model B ) for the requirements of Proview V5.8, I've downgraded to V5.4.

My current config is now: Lubuntu 14.04 x86 with Pwr54 and Pwrrpi54 (and all the tools needed for the cross-compiling) in a VM as a development station and Raspbian 8 (Jessie) Desktop with Pwrrt54 (armhf) in my RPi board as process station.

I still have a copy of the old "man_rpi" manual and I carefully followed the specified instructions. Although I managed to build successfully the node for the arm_linux architecture, there is something weird happening when I try to distribute the project to the RPi board: it says "Distribution successful to (NodeName)" but not only, the distributor didn't prompt for a password in the terminal window, as expected, but I also couldn't figure out any error about what could be wrong... Because actually, not any package file has been distributed to the RPi.

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ProviewR on Raspberry Pi 1 month 4 weeks ago #11703

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Hi Maverick,
Did you see any new package being generated when you distribute to your node ?
Is the package copied to the target in /home/pwrp ?
Can you install it manually from there with : $pwr_exe/pwr_pkg.sh -i pacakgename.tgz ? Is there any error then that you can provide ?

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ProviewR on Raspberry Pi 1 month 4 weeks ago #11704

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Hi Snarf,

As I said before, there isn't any generated package in the folder /home/pwrp of the target node (the RPi). Although the network is fine, I can ping the target... And I can access it remotely from the VM through SSH without any problem...

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ProviewR on Raspberry Pi 1 month 4 weeks ago #11705

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Yes but what's in $pwrp_load on your dev station ?
This is where package are generated.
Even me if I have the same target as development station (my running setup to avoid cross compile on rpi) I have nothing in my /home/pwrp automatically and I need to copy manually from $pwrp_load to /home/pwrp.
Don't know if I missed something in my setup but it's a simple copy so I can live with this
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