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29th
Mar 2017
Flame Soulis
@FlameSoulis
Mar 29 2017 01:08
Aha! Good news! I ran a build on my Pi2 for the assignment-client, and it worked... even though it also skipped the libtbb.so.2 file included. Somehow, I had it installed in my lib folder. I can compile it easily so I will go ahead and see if I can't get my other systems to also install it
Clément Brisset
@Atlante45
Mar 29 2017 01:22
Nice! Did you figure out what was different with tbb this time?
Flame Soulis
@FlameSoulis
Mar 29 2017 01:22
let me run a check
Yep! /usr/lib/libtbb.so.2 reads as architecture: arm, flags 0x00000150:
Flame Soulis
@FlameSoulis
Mar 29 2017 01:29
aha! Now I see where I went wrong. I accidentally installed it instead of requesting build-dependencies. (libtbb-dev package)
Clément Brisset
@Atlante45
Mar 29 2017 01:30
That would do it xD
Flame Soulis
@FlameSoulis
Mar 29 2017 01:34
Still strange it builds it and will cause the entire make process to fail otherwise. I'll have to see what the tar file includes since if it already has the .so files, I'm confused why it'd want to build something already made
Clément Brisset
@Atlante45
Mar 29 2017 01:35
We don't build libtbb, we just try to find it to link it.
In most cases, we download it.
Flame Soulis
@FlameSoulis
Mar 29 2017 01:35
yeah, in this case, it downloads and builds
Flame Soulis
@FlameSoulis
Mar 29 2017 10:25
Success! Assignment-client and domain-server running on Ubuntu 16.04 for the Raspberry Pi 3 using QT5.8! Will attempt Raspbian shortly
Trent Polack
@mittens
Mar 29 2017 20:29
so, i'm running in my local sandbox; how would I go about nuking all of the sandbox data (layout/cache/etc.)?
i tried deleting ALL THE THINGS in my AppData folder (running on Windows) but that didn't seem to do it
Clément Brisset
@Atlante45
Mar 29 2017 20:50
Like literally all the things, or all the High Fidelity things?
1) Make sure to shutdown the server
2) Delete AppData/Local/High Fidelity[ - dev] and AppData/Roaming/High Fidelity[ - dev]
3) Restart server
That should do the trick
NOTE: If the server doesn't detect any content, it'll re-download default content set.
@mittens Do you just want to reset everything or remove all the domain content (ie. get an empty domain)?
Trent Polack
@mittens
Mar 29 2017 21:35
both
I think I needed to shut down the server while deleting those files. That may have been my muss up