balenalib/intel-nuc-alpine-python:3.7-runhas Python2 as default, and no python3 installation and
balenalib/intel-nuc-alpine-python:3.7.2-runhas Python3 as default with a python3 installation. Why the discrepancy? Is this intended? Seems very unintuitive
in general we try to support boards that have a lot of community interest or if we have multiple requests from customers, because its a large process burden for us and intensive to support, so it has to have a good ROI for us. We haven't seen a lot of requests for any of the 96boards yet, so we havent supported them yet.
@galvesribeiro yup, very aware of the Dragonboard 410c, i brought one about 2 years ago ;) its a very nice board indeed
I have downloaded the balena-cli from this Link(https://github.com/balena-io/balena-cli/releases) I have unzipped the Balena image and set the balena-cli path using the following command:
Now when I run
sudo balena local configure resin.img
I get following error:
➜ sudo balena local configure resin.img No such file or directory: /snapshot/balena-cli/node_modules/denymount/bin/denymount Additional information may be available by setting a DEBUG=1 environment variable: "set DEBUG=1" on a Windows command prompt, or "export DEBUG=1" on Linux or macOS. If you need help, don't hesitate in contacting our support forums at https://forums.balena.io For bug reports or feature requests, have a look at the GitHub issues or create a new one at: https://github.com/balena-io/balena-cli/issues/ I have downloaded all the Requirements stated in this documentation.
➜ balena version 10.10.1
Note: I am using mac os for this process.