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Problem Using BitNami Tracks Installer - Linux

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Avatar archimark 3 post(s)

Just downloaded the BitNami Tracks Installer file to my little Sharp Netwalker running Ubuntu 9.04.

Followed instructions and changed permissions on the downloaded file.

Then tried running file in Terminal and get the following message:

bash: bitnami-tracks-1.7-1-linux-installer.bin: command not found

Also, tried opening the downloaded file from the desktop and no go either…

Any suggestions???

Thanks,

Mark

 
Avatar archimark 3 post(s)

FYI, my Sharp Netwalker has an ARM Cortex-A8 Freescale i.MX515 CPU, so, could that be the reason for problem? In other words, even though Netwalker runs Ubuntu 9.04 is file meant for x86 chip devices?

Thanks,

Mark

 
Avatar Beltrán Rueda Administrator 3,714 post(s)

Hi,

The BitNami Stacks are x86 binaries so you can not run over an ARM processor. We have a proof of concept of LAMP Stack for ARM but it is not released yet https://bitnami.com/article/bitnami-on-the-palm-…

My suggestion is as this is a web application, you can install the Tracks Stack in a computer that is always running and you can access to the application through your browser.

 
Avatar archimark 3 post(s)

Thanks for the info and suggestion, beltran…was afraid that ARM cpu was the problem…hope you release the ARM LAMP Stack soon!

Understand about running Tracks on web, but as I’m not always connected to net I wanted to have Tracks installed and running locally on my Netwalker….

So, in the meantime, until ARM LAMP Stack is released, I’ll continue working on other install methods that I’ve read about, but are much more complicated for Linux noobs like me, but maybe I will be able to get it running….

Thanks,

Mark

 
Avatar Beltrán Rueda Administrator 3,714 post(s)

Hi,

Another easy option is to use a virtual machine. Maybe you can install Quemu, Virtual Box or VMWare in your Netwalker.

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