Error in installing openmv ide on raspberry pi 4


After downloading the OpenMV IDE from the official downloads page and running the script, when I try to execute the OpenMV IDE from the bin folder, it says no such file or directory

HK@pi:~/Desktop/openmv/openmv-ide/bin $ ls -l
total 168
-rwxr-xr-x 1 HK HK 159896 Oct 10 14:05 openmvide
-rwxr-xr-x 1 HK HK1245 Oct 10 13:40
-rw-r--r-- 1 HK HK 68 Oct 10 14:05 qt.conf

HK@pi:~/Desktop/openmv/openmv-ide/bin $ ./openmvide
bash: ./openmvide: No such file or directory

I am not sure how do I fix this, has anyone faced this before?



Do the installed desktop icons work?

Same error with both the shell script file and the desktop icon

Do you have the 32-bit or 64-bit RPI? The binaries are all 64-bit. It sounds like you have a 32-bit system. They will not work at all on the 32-bit system.

I have a 64 bit RPI
Atleast this is what I get with uname -m

I’ll debug this tomorrow, will do a fresh install of 64-bit raspbian and see what’s wrong.

Hi, I found the issue…

The IDE is built for particular versions of shared libraries which are not installed in Bookworm. Only Bullseye.

The IDE will work if you use the Bullseye Legacy Full 64-bit version.

I think I can make this more flexible in the future. It looks like for the desktop the build system packages these libraries so you are not dependent on what’s on the system. I think I can use this to make it run on Bookworm. ETA for fixing this though will be in the next large IDE development push. I can’t say when that will be.

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Any update on this? When Bookworm will be supported? :slight_smile:

Thanks for the fantastic work with OpenMV!!! :v:

I have an IDE work phase scheduled coming up soon.

I am dealing with hardware designs right now for new products and things we’ll be launching in the future.