Raspberry 4 400, process exited with code 127

mikey
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Iggy wrote:I've been having

Iggy wrote:

I've been having too many units coming through as invalidated so I stopped work and I may try again sometime in the future to see if there is an improvement. My WCG's units are been consistently valid from the beginning so I'm considering it my main project for now. With my original account that dates back to Feb. of '06, the thrill was the search for proof of gravity waves and as that was established a few years ago, I'm not going to dwell on this issue.

I too am tired of the failing tasks especially after spending 13 to 15k seconds on one so I download a couple of distros today, both 64bit ones that should let me run Rosetta tasks on mine. I downloaded Ubuntu Mate and Raspberry Pi Buster, I put them each on their own SD card and will plug them in as soon as I can, probably not tonite since the football games are on and tomorrow morning I have to take my wife to a nail appt because she strained her biceps and can't drive. But I WILL get there.

Keith Myers
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Running a 64bit OS is an

Running a 64bit OS is an option, but there are far fewer projects with aarch64 applications.

Wish projects supported both 32bit and 64 bit applications at the same time in all scenarios.

 

mikey
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Keith Myers wrote: Running a

Keith Myers wrote:

Running a 64bit OS is an option, but there are far fewer projects with aarch64 applications.

Wish projects supported both 32bit and 64 bit applications at the same time in all scenarios.

YES!!!!!!!!

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