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trying to run on remote, getting "Binary does not exist."
GregWilsonLindberg last edited by
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?
Tirupathi Korla last edited by
@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.