That is excellent news. As good as Nard SDK sounded, the lack of any display capability was what had kept me from considering it as an option.
Possibly. It may depend on what help you need, and how easy it is to help, given that I have absolutely zero Nard experience or exposure.
My current test is mind is just downloading my prebuilt beta SD-card image and try out the browser kiosk feature in whatever information panel you may be administering.
Interesting... Well, Python is available. However, Nard focuses on being highly robust and thus may not have all the latest fancy features available as in the official Raspbian. (Analogous to Debian stable/testing.) For now the beta image works in Pi model 3B only (not the later 3B+).
I have a 3B so am happy to try that out if you point me to that image but don't have an information panel currently. I can at least boot it up and see how it goes from there.
The PM feature in this forum is gone so I can't send you the link directly. And since it's an alpha test I don't want to post it publicly. Can you email me via the authors link?
There are trouble shooting help for various distros. Try the Ubuntu one, since it's very similar to Debian.
I'd rather not. I can't see the problem in publishing a link if you want others to help test things.
Seems to have moved on, at least 'make skeleton' is reporting it's doing a lot of things, now ...
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sudo apt-get install xutils-dev libtool-bin texinfo
This has only to do with the "add-on" in Nard being donationware. As compensation for helping the project with your time you of course acquire access. More info.
I guess that makes sense. I will have to think about that. I don't have a problem with paid for or subscription software etc, but tend to prefer working on things where everyone else can also get on-board and legitimately do everything or benefit from that for free.
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[ERROR] >> Build failed in step 'Installing final compiler' [ERROR] >> called in step '(top-level)' [ERROR] >> [ERROR] >> Error happened in: CT_DoExecLog[scripts/[email protected]] [ERROR] >> called from: do_cc_backend[scripts/build/cc/[email protected]] [ERROR] >> called from: do_cc_for_host[scripts/build/cc/[email protected]] [ERROR] >> called from: main[scripts/[email protected]]
Of cource I agree fully and that is why I used to not have any download restriction what so ever. It turned out not work though. Not a singe donation despite several years of unlimited access... The pay-walled addon I have now is very low cost and covers only a minor fraction of Nard. If you are experienced with GNU/Linux you can manage without it.
A default build requires about 13 GB. A large one 20 GB. This is by design due to everything is compiled with lots of debug information to be able to fault search just about anything.