First example on Raspberry PI 4 and HDMI monitor.
I'm having a hard time getting any example running on an Raspberry Pi 4b. I've followed the tutorial https://support.cranksoftware.com/hc/en-us/articles/360045250612-Prototyping-With-Storyboard-on-Raspbian-Stretch-Raspberry-PI-3B as much as possible, but I understand the rendering for the 4 is different. My setup is the Pi, connected to a HDMI monitor. I was able to follow the tutorial until the topic "Step 4: Fix-up shared library dependencies for runtime". I'm not sure what libraries to use. Also, since I'm not using a touch screen, I guess I should skip the touchscreen configuration.
I've imported two engines to /usr/share/crank/runtimes
So my runtimes folder looks like this:
I've also copied the .sh file as instructed
#!/bin/bash killall sbengine echo "Starting Storyboard from SCP..." echo 0 >> /sys/class/graphics/fbcon/cursor_blink echo -e '\033[9;0]' >> /dev/tty1 echo 0 >> /sys/class/graphics/fb0/blank dmesg -D cat /dev/zero > /dev/fb0 export TSLIB_TSDEVICE=/dev/input/touchscreen0 export TSLIB_CALIBFILE=/run/media/mmcblk0p1/pointercal export ENGINE=/usr/share/crank/runtimes/linux-raspberry-armle-opengles_2.0-GST01-obj export SB_PLUGINS=/usr/share/crank/runtimes/linux-raspberry-armle-opengles_2.0-GST01-obj/plugins export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/share/crank/runtimes/linux-raspberry-armle-opengles_2.0-GST01-obj/lib $ENGINE/bin/sbengine -vvvv -omtdev,device=/dev/input/event0 -orender_mgr,scale,multisample=0 $1
scp storyboard_scp.sh -> /usr/share/crank
I've configured the exported as instructed on https://support.cranksoftware.com/hc/en-us/articles/360058858072-VIDEO-Exporting-your-UI-to-the-target-with-SCP-transfer
when trying to run an example project, I get a black screen instead of the terminal on the monitor, and if I try to change anything and run again, I get an error saying export is already in progress:
I've obviously done something wrong. And I haven't even touched the actual GUI yet, as I'd like to test deployment before designing. Has anyone run into something similar? If so, any help would be greatly appreciated!