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ProviewR on Raspberry Pi 1 month 3 weeks ago #11724

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Hi Claes,

I appreciate the info and the fact that this subject is contributing to the improvement of the next release of ProviewR...
But the nodename in question in this current case is shorter than 19 characters, and yet the package can't be generated from the distributor ("Unknown node name")

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ProviewR on Raspberry Pi 1 month 3 weeks ago #11726

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Ok. just noticed on a snapshot that the nodename was 'arduinoioexperimentonrpi' and that long nodenames will give the errormessage 'Unknown node name'.

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ProviewR on Raspberry Pi 1 month 3 weeks ago #11727

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I thought it was the name of the BootNode of the dev station or the process station... As neither of them exceed 19 characters. Thanks Claes, I was mistaken. I'll give it a try.

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ProviewR on Raspberry Pi 1 month 2 weeks ago #11739

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Hi Claes,
I renamed the NodeName with a shorter name, and the distributor worked fine. Now, I'm trying to run the runtime on the RPi, but there's something wrong again. I provided some screenshots for the outputs of "pwr start" and "rt_ini -i" in the Terminal

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ProviewR on Raspberry Pi 1 month 2 weeks ago #11743

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Hi Maverick,

The date of the dbs-files between the rpi and debian/ubuntu are not matching in this version, so you have to copy $pwr_load/*.dbs on the development station to $pwr_load on the rpi.

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ProviewR on Raspberry Pi 1 month 2 weeks ago #11745

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Hi Claes,

Thanks for your generous assistance all along, it finally works as expected

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