[Tizen Application-dev] Manually Install Apps on Custom Tizen Image

Leon Anavi leon.anavi at konsulko.com
Thu Jul 9 11:52:54 GMT 2015


Hi Ben,

Sorry for the late reply, somehow I missed your message and I have just 
seen it. I had a similar issues with Tizen:Common on HummingBoard.

Is the hardware graphics acceleration for Wayland/Weston enabled?

Which version of Crosswalk are you using?

On 24.06.2015 18:42, Ben Lloyd Pearson wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I am trying to install Tizen apps on a Raspberry Pi 2 that runs Tizen. I've been having quite a lot of trouble and I was hoping someone here might be able to help me. I used this guide to setup the RPi2: http://blogs.s-osg.org/bringing-tizen-to-a-raspberry-pi-2-near-you/
>
> My app is a simple JavaScript app that I built using the Tizen Mobile SDK, and it successfully runs on a mobile emulator, but I haven't found a way to install it on the RPi2 image. The command I have found to use is: pkgcmd -i -q -t wgt -p App.wgt
>
> When I execute this, I get a generic error message "processing result : FATAL_ERROR [61] failed"
>
> My web searches have turned up a very minimal amount of information about this, and the solution typically seems to be including "-q" which I'm doing.

The problem might be caused by the content of config.xml. I have this 
very simple open source web app for Tizen that I use for testing. Here 
is the source code building with make: 
https://github.com/leon-anavi/helloTizen

>
> Is there a better way to manually install apps? I tried using sdb, but it doesn't detect the device (I'm connected through the network), but that could be an option if I can get it connected.
>
> Alternatively, is there some place I can look to get more detailed error information from pkgcmd?

There should be more info at systemd journal. Please, open another 
terminal, login as root and execute "journalctl -f". After that go back 
to the first terminal and try to install the app again.

Best regards,
Leon

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