I have a sharingservice.exe which successfully connects 2 hololens into a local network using my local machine on Windows. Now I want to build the same executable file on the Raspberry Pi, but the problem is Windows is for the Intel x64 architecture while the Raspberry Pi has the ARM architecture so the sharingservice.exe is not compatible.
The 'HoloToolkit-Master' package on GitHub states that the sharing package can support ARM processors but my question is how or what do I need to do? Sorry I am new to this type of programming and really want to achieve this task.
https://github.com/Microsoft/MixedReali ... er/Sharing
I have found (or think I have) the source code libraries and files written in c++ for the sharing service and there is also the solution file. Within VS I can 'build' for ARM but that gives me errors, at this point I do not know what to do and need help and there isn't anything online too. Which files do I change or how do I build for ARM?
Alternatively, how can I run a .exe on the Raspberry Pi or convert a x64 to run on ARM architecture. I just need the sharingservice.exe a console which displays ips, connections, etc to appear on the Raspberry Pi.
I could use ExaGear but want that to be the last resort and not sure if that will even work.
It works on my windows so I just copy pasted the .exe and the .bat or batch file into the Pi OS but at this point there is nothing I can do unless I convert them.