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ProviewR on Raspberry Pi 3 months 1 day ago #11620

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Hi Claes,

All right, I'm going to try to switch into version 5.8.0-2 for both the packages pwr and pwrrpi.

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ProviewR on Raspberry Pi 2 months 3 weeks ago #11633

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Hi Claes,

With version 5.8.0-2, it worked fine at last. Thanks a lot

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ProviewR on Raspberry Pi 2 months 3 weeks ago #11634

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Hi Claes,

I encountered some error while distributing my project to the Raspberry Pi.

In the development console:
bash: /pwr_pkg.sh: No such file or directory

By the way, in the Raspberry Pi OS, even though the package pwrrt58_armhf seemed to be successfully installed without any problem, the command "pwr start" didn't work in the Terminal... Neither "pwra". So I wonder what could be wrong in my pwrrt installation... Maybe I forgot to set up something?
I want to know more as well about the statement in the pwrrt section of the installation documentation, saying: "Proview will be automatically started at boot-time".

(I provided a screenshot with development console and workbench messages from dev station
and a screenshot of raspberry pi as runtime station after the distribute command)

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ProviewR on Raspberry Pi 2 months 3 weeks ago #11637

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Hello Maverick,

From your screenshot, it appears you have generated and transferred the package to the Pi but installation failed so nothing is installed indeeed on your RPi.

I don't know why the distribute button is not launching correclty the installation script pwr_pkg.sh but but you can launch it directly on the RPi to progress. If you connect on it (terminal or ssh), try to launch the command:
$pwr_exe/pwr_pkg.sh -i your_package_name.tgz


This should start the installation process and after it have succeed you will be able to run it with pwr start

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ProviewR on Raspberry Pi 2 months 3 weeks ago #11641

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Hi Snarf,

Thanks for your answer. By remotely accessing the RPi through SSH in the Terminal, I successfully ran the command that you mentioned earlier.
But still... I can't run pwr start in the RPi.

bash: pwr: command not found

I tried to reinstall the package pwrrt58_armhf_5.8.0-2 over and over again on the RPi but still got the same problems...

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ProviewR on Raspberry Pi 2 months 3 weeks ago #11643

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Hi Maverick,

The 'pwr start' and 'stop' command is implemented in the pwrrt package, not the development package. Also distribution to a deveopment node is a bit undefined. Unfortunately you can't install both the pwrrt and pwr58 package as both contains the pwrp user with different settings.

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