Hi becky1166,becky1166 wrote:I think that I may have solved this problem. I ran
I'm afraid that's not something I've come into contact with before. I'm not sure if the Pi3D developer keeps an eye on the forum, but you can find Skillman Media's support address on Pi3D's Pi Store page if you'd like some assistance with that.becky1166 wrote:When I run the BuckfastAbbey.py, it now sends a load of text to the terminal and then appears to go into an infinite loop with a blank terminal. My instinct is that I'm now missing something else (or pi3D doesn't work over vnc), not that the pi store is having trouble.
Thanks becky1166 this worked maybe they should say it requires those dependancies in the description sorry for late reply guysbecky1166 wrote:I think that I may have solved this problem. I ran
Just to stick up for the developer a bit, I've been looking at it today and it does seem that Pi3D has an install script which grabs these dependencies, but the Pi Store doesn't appear to be executing it properly.therpiguy wrote:Thanks becky1166 this worked maybe they should say it requires those dependancies in the description sorry for late reply guys
I don't see an update icon beside Pi3D. I did update the PiStore but I still get the same result when I open Pi3D. I see the abbey in its own window as before.Pankoi wrote:Hi jimilton,
That sounds very much like an old version of Pi3D. A new version was released recently which instead of restarting and using the BuckfastAbbey example, launches a spinning globe in a window.
If you start Pi Store whilst connected to the internet and click on Pi3D, can you see an 'Update' button in the pane on the right? You might have to give it a few seconds to detect the update and appear.