Trying to do a simple Hello World application to make sure things are running right before jumping in too deep.
Very stupid question… I can build the app on my Mac, and transfer it to the PI on a SD card or USB Stick, but then how do I get it to run?
I tried a chmod +x on the executable, but nothing happens.
A tip is to use FTP to transfer the app to the Pi, it’s a bit quicker
filezilla is my transfer tool of choice, it works very simply, setting up is explained on the official PI website.
You can transfer via post build script
[quote=275305:@Chris Halford] I can build the app on my Mac, and transfer it to the PI on a SD card or USB Stick, but then how do I get it to run?
I tried a chmod +x on the executable, but nothing happens.[/quote]
Here are the steps which should help run a Hello World program:
- Copy the file (with subdiretories) from the USB stick to the Desktop of the Raspberry Pi
- Right mouse click the folder on the Raspberry Pi’s Desktop and click Open in Terminal
- in the Terminal, type the words sudo ./Name , where the Name is the name of your program, such as MyApplication
Let me know if this works for you
This is the post build script I use:
It copies the current builded project to the RaspTest folder on the Desktop of the pi user of a Raspberry name rasp1
The name rasp1.local is for I use bonjour (or as its called on raspberry …)
dim cb as string=CurrentBuildLocation
dim cmd as String="scp -Cr "+cb+" firstname.lastname@example.org:Desktop/RaspTest/."
Simple and immediate