[Trlog] Linux version on ARM processors

George Fremin geoiii at kkn.net
Thu Jul 8 13:15:39 EDT 2021


You would need a version compiled for ARM.  I do not think that W9CF provides anything other than the x86 compiled versions. 

I have (and someone else did as well) compiled a version on a Raspberry Pi but it was years ago.  I do not have it around any longer. 
It look a few tries but can be done.  

Perhaps someone else will chime in on what they have done in this respect. 

Perhaps it would be good to build an ARM version by default as well - I am not sure if there is an easy way to do this when doing the x86 build or not - and doing it on my old Raspi was slow.   Maybe it would be better on a version 4 or some other hardware - or maybe it can be done in a VM or using some other method. 

Of course you can grab the source and do this yourself. 

https://github.com/trlinux/ <https://github.com/trlinux/>


> On Jul 7, 2021, at 11:04 AM, Carl Herrera via Trlog <trlog at contesting.com> wrote:
> Hello.
> I installed the Linux version on my Odroid N2+ (ARM Processor).I am able to get the terminal up (Big and Small) but when I try to execute the trlog program I get this error:  "cannot execute the binary file: Exec format error"
> Is there anyway to fix this?
> Thanks.Carl - WC4H
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