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Re: AI-deck can't release WiFi

Posted: Sat Feb 20, 2021 12:42 pm
by Aadequate
Thank you for your patient instructions.
According to your instructions, I used four lines of code, and after three steps, I did get 3.8.1.
And when I use the fourth line of code in terminal, the first four feedback (4/21) are as follows:
Sending build context to Docker daemon 3.584kB
Step 1/21 : FROM ubuntu:18.04
---> c090eaba6b94
Step 2/21 : ENV DEBIAN_FRONTEND noninteractive
---> Running in 3cf342e1bf65
Removing intermediate container 3cf342e1bf65
---> f94ff0075a7a
---> Running in 200728f294e0
Removing intermediate container 200728f294e0
---> e599409b1f05
Step 4/21 : RUN echo $GAP_SDK_VERSION
---> Running in 3c4d6341cdb3

Removing intermediate container 3c4d6341cdb3
---> de08777a83c9
Is this normal?

Re: AI-deck can't release WiFi

Posted: Mon Feb 22, 2021 1:09 pm
by kimberly
It seemed to not have taken in the GAP_SDK_VERSION as an argument in the container... If you have done all of those steps in the exact same terminal (without closing it in between), then there is something wrong.

What you could do now, is to replace the 'GAP_SDK_VERSION' on line 19 (under '# install gap sdk') with this:

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RUN git clone; cd gap_sdk && git fetch --all --tags && git checkout tags/release-v3.8.1 && git submodule update --init --recursive
So this will hardcore the gap sdk version to the right version.

Re: AI-deck can't release WiFi

Posted: Thu Feb 25, 2021 11:54 am
by Aadequate
It works!
Now I've come to the problem I met beforeļ¼
Domestic network restrictions
--2021-02-25 11:50:27-- (try: 1) ... schema.fbs
Connecting to (||:443... failed: Connection refused.
Connecting to (|::|:443... failed: Cannot assign requested address.
Because I am a novice of Linux system, I want to ask if you have a solution

Re: AI-deck can't release WiFi

Posted: Fri Feb 26, 2021 7:49 am
by kimberly
This is a tricky problem that I'm not sure how to fix... I'll see if I can ask around here see if anybody has a clue about how to fix this.

In the mean time, did you manage to pull from GitHub on your native machine (not on docker but your linux)?