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Guest Stuffuts

Hi, first of all. I'm a bit novice on Linux in general so I might have missed something obvious... I was about to try out the Widescreen mod on a RaspBerry Pi 4 running gemrb.

When running "tolower" from game directory it seems something is missing, appreciate any help here! Thanks! :)

/usr/bin/tolower: 1: /usr/bin/tolower: ELF: not found

/usr/bin/tolower: 1: /usr/bin/tolower: ?: not found

/usr/bin/tolower: 1: /usr/bin/tolower: ?: not found

/usr/bin/tolower: 2: /usr/bin/tolower: ??: not found

/usr/bin/tolower: 3: /usr/bin/tolower: cannot create :@?6??@/?8: Directory nonexistent

/usr/bin/tolower: 3: /usr/bin/tolower: 8??: not found

/usr/bin/tolower: 4: /usr/bin/tolower: 8: not found

/usr/bin/tolower: 4: /usr/bin/tolower: G: not found

/usr/bin/tolower: 5: /usr/bin/tolower: ???@@??w: not found

/usr/bin/tolower: 5: /usr/bin/tolower: ?GoQ?nS?R?b?//?I?$??$?p??Io???/lib64: not found

/usr/bin/tolower: 1: /usr/bin/tolower: /9@cm: not found

/usr/bin/tolower: 5: /usr/bin/tolower: O8??e@l?T?T?@: not found

/usr/bin/tolower: 6: /usr/bin/tolower: d-nux-x86-.so.????2GNU: not found

/usr/bin/tolower: 7: /usr/bin/tolower: ?m????u?9?dw{???J<_?zڦZn??6?g?v????

                                                                          +!%?7??n??n?????????????V?: not found

/usr/bin/tolower: 7: /usr/bin/tolower: I??

                                          ?ܶ?o??: not found

/usr/bin/tolower: 7: /usr/bin/tolower: ?:?: not found

/usr/bin/tolower: 7: /usr/bin/tolower: ?H??9??6??o???fr@?: not found

/usr/bin/tolower: 7: /usr/bin/tolower: V?: not found

/usr/bin/tolower: 7: /usr/bin/tolower: q7fsp: not found

/usr/bin/tolower: 7: /usr/bin/tolower: ???*?p????: not found

/usr/bin/tolower: 7: /usr/bin/tolower: ?z???

                                            ?

                                             T?+??]?: not found

/usr/bin/tolower: 12: /usr/bin/tolower: /usr/bin/tolower: 1: /usr/bin/tolower: ?

                                                                               q?_?: not found

Syntax error: "(" unexpected

/usr/bin/tolower: 1: /usr/bin/tolower: ?}O?: not found

/usr/bin/tolower: 1: /usr/bin/tolower: ?t_?

                                           6?I_l?j/D/: not found

/usr/bin/tolower: 1: /usr/bin/tolower:

                                       _?/: not found

/usr/bin/tolower: 7: /usr/bin/tolower: cannot create ?8.??/????K?]7????

                                                                       䃸_?p???!/?_mvAqA?: Directory nonexistent

/usr/bin/tolower: 7: /usr/bin/tolower: rM: not found

/usr/bin/tolower: 1: /usr/bin/tolower: ?_??/?????@.?-/????G???: not found

/usr/bin/tolower: 1: /usr/bin/tolower:

                                       $??/?: not found

/usr/bin/tolower: 1: /usr/bin/tolower: cannot open _???

                                                       6!_?/$0???]0?V??/?: No such file

/usr/bin/tolower: 1: /usr/bin/tolower: ?

                                        ??_8???Ap?.5_?A?

                                                        v: not found

/usr/bin/tolower: 7: /usr/bin/tolower: /H/?

                                           ,?߂??]?_s߼???]: not found

 

 

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Guest Stuffuts

Also, installed OCaml-nox since I'm not running X11 if that's an issue...?

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did you compile weidu yourself? I don't remember it having arm binaries.

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Well that explains it, I tried to compile it myself but didn't get it to work, then I found this: https://github.com/WeiDUorg/weidu/releases/tag/v246.00 and decided to try, but now I see the problem :)

Any idea on how to get hold of binaries for arm, or it simply won't work?

Thanks for the reply!

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Maybe ask in the raspbian communities, but the best bet is to compile it yourself.

btw, you don't need to choose gemrb mode in the mod.

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Thanks, I will ask there!

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