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update node to version 4.0 #448
I'm curious why do they market the ev3 as having a ARM9 CPU? Is there something I am missing? I get these results on the ev3 brick and it confused me:
Why does it report both ARM5 & ARM9?
referenced this issue
Nov 29, 2016
i download dotnet-linux-arm.latest.tar.gz on 12/10 and im getting a
i installed it in a local directory as well as
is there some preinstallation i need to install?
here are some diagnostics from my linux system
i tried hacking around by opening the dotnet executable and saw a path in there. so i copied one of the sym links in the lib directory so it could match that path and something changed.
now i get a segmentation fault.
the path was in the first few lines of the dotnet exe its: /lib/ld-linux-armhf.so.3
-bash: ./dotnet: No such file or directory silent crash.
thanks for your help... ahh man im so stuck then. originally just wanted the node.js signalr-client to work on node.js but number of problems led me to beleive that i needed to update nodejs which is not updateable. plan b was to try to run dotnet console app connect back to signalr.. but that doesnt work either. maybe the answer is either Window IoT core but im guessing thats not going to work on my ev3 robot. not sure i can $afford to try and fail by buying a brickpi + raspbperrypi3 to replace the ev3 ( cost me 350$ already ) but nodejs signalr client would probably work there as would .net core 2.0 .. what do you think i should do?