colthreepv

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  1. Thanks, this tool has been of great help, nonetheless I think the problem is actually with my firmware (tomato-shibby) I am not really a firmware compiler, for what I could understand the libc6 and kernel must be compatible, and the ones on that firmware does not play nice with Resilio I have succesfully tried other libc6 versions from debian (thanks to your tool), but they just don't run on the device It might need someone with more knowledge than me, or a different firmware; I suppose something more flexibe as openWRT will have no problems running resilio, just tomato is something
  2. A dynamic compiled Sync binary might be fine, if it follows the LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable - there is any information regarding this from the dev team?
  3. Same outcome... root@tomato:/opt/usr/bin# ls -la drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 4096 Jan 4 12:09 . drwxr-xr-x 5 root root 4096 Jan 2 11:42 .. -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 218 Dec 8 11:46 LICENSE.TXT -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 9793409 Jan 3 11:55 resilio-sync_armhf.tar.gz -rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 11530228 Dec 8 11:48 rslsync root@tomato:/opt/usr/bin# ldd ./rslsync -sh: ./rslsync: not found root@tomato:/opt/usr/bin# chmod -x rslsync root@tomato:/opt/usr/bin# chmod +x rslsync root@tomato:/opt/usr/bin# ./rslsync -sh: ./rslsync: not fou
  4. Same outcome, to debug this more It would really helpful to understand what the executable doesn't find
  5. I am trying to install Resilio sync on an Asus RT-AC56U, It should have the hardware to run it correctly. Executing it will just say: root@tomato:/opt/usr/bin# ./rslsync -sh: ./rslsync: not found It might be related to the fact the small distribution on top of it (Tomato Shibby) does not have bash available in /bin/, but it's on /opt/bin/ I think making the app executable on those ARM routers would be a killer feature. complete list of supported routers, all the listed as K26ARM would be automatically compatible