arm64 arch support

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tbenr
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arm64 arch support

Post by tbenr » 26 Nov 2019 02:31

Hi all,
any chance to have z-way compiled for arm64 architecture?
i'm running a nanopc-T4 and there is only one armhf distro based on lubuntu-desktop which is quite uncomfortable.

Thanks
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PoltoS
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Re: arm64 arch support

Post by PoltoS » 02 Dec 2019 03:09

It is a pain to support too many platforms. IF there will be many users, we will focus on it.

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Re: arm64 arch support

Post by tbenr » 23 Dec 2019 14:15

But please consider even raspberry if moving quickly to 64bit kernels
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PoltoS
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Re: arm64 arch support

Post by PoltoS » 25 Dec 2019 01:34

The kernel is, but all libs are not (as stated in this screenshot). We will once they release a fully 64bits OS.

tbenr
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Re: arm64 arch support

Post by tbenr » 30 Dec 2019 01:12

PoltoS wrote:
25 Dec 2019 01:34
The kernel is, but all libs are not (as stated in this screenshot). We will once they release a fully 64bits OS.
true, right

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Re: arm64 arch support

Post by DaddyMacCadillac » 13 Jan 2020 09:52

tbenr wrote:
26 Nov 2019 02:31
Hi all,
any chance to have z-way compiled for arm64 architecture?
i'm running a nanopc-T4 and there is only one armhf distro based on lubuntu-desktop which is quite uncomfortable.

Thanks
E
+1 to this request. I have an Odroid N2 running Android 9 (64 bit) and have enabled tx and rx on my board via dtb overlay. When I try to execute z-way-server it can't communicate with my serial port /dev/ttyS1. I have tested my serial port via a loopback program so I know it's working. Really bummed I can't get this to work :|

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PoltoS
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Re: arm64 arch support

Post by PoltoS » 14 Jan 2020 01:54

If Z-Way is starting on you OS, it should work. The port problem should reside somewhere else.

Check your port configuration, permissions, logs to see more details, ...

tbenr
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Re: arm64 arch support

Post by tbenr » 15 Jan 2020 15:27

at the moment i'm running an armhf distribution (ubuntu xenial) with a 64bit kernel. It works a part of this (https://forum.z-wave.me/viewtopic.php?f=3419&t=33248).
But a true 64bit would be better!
DaddyMacCadillac wrote:
13 Jan 2020 09:52
tbenr wrote:
26 Nov 2019 02:31
Hi all,
any chance to have z-way compiled for arm64 architecture?
i'm running a nanopc-T4 and there is only one armhf distro based on lubuntu-desktop which is quite uncomfortable.

Thanks
E
+1 to this request. I have an Odroid N2 running Android 9 (64 bit) and have enabled tx and rx on my board via dtb overlay. When I try to execute z-way-server it can't communicate with my serial port /dev/ttyS1. I have tested my serial port via a loopback program so I know it's working. Really bummed I can't get this to work :|
As told by PoltoS, this is another issue.
try to run z-way-server directly from the commandline (not from systemctl) and have a look to the stdout\err

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