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trying to run on remote, getting "Binary does not exist."



  • I'm trying to cross compile an application from an X86 to an RPi3 and when I try to run it I get the following:

    Starting /usr/bin/appcontroller...
    
    "DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS" "unix:abstract=/tmp/dbus-EIlWSVP6ly,guid=6cb7319f119e0ea836f17f495aaa993d"
    "QML2_IMPORT_PATH" "/data/user/qt/qmlplugins"
    "QT_IM_MODULE" "qtvirtualkeyboard"
    "QT_QPA_EGLFS_FORCE888" "1"
    "QT_QUICK_CONTROLS_1_STYLE" "Flat"
    
    
    "XDG_RUNTIME_DIR" "/tmp"
    "/usr/lib/ScribeGUI" ()
    
    Failed to start
    Binary does not exist.
    Application finished with exit code 0.
    

    This had run a couple of days ago, and the tests for connectivity to the remote device all pass.

    Anyone have any ideas as to what might be going wrong?



  • @GregWilsonLindberg One thing might be the file doesnot exist or the other might be whatever compiled binary is not supported by the environment you are running.


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