I've tried installing (on and off for like 2 months now) the Scopy flatpak app on a Raspberry Pi 3, using ArchLinux Arm, Ubuntu MATE, Rasbian Jessie , and Raspbian Buster.
All times I got the same result where I follow all the instructions, the installation completes, but when I try to run the app from CLI I get the error:
kelv@kelv-desktop:~$ flatpak run org.adi.Scopy
bwrap: execvp ldconfig: Exec format error
error: ldconfig failed, exit status 256
When trying to build Scopy using the step-by-step instructions (on all the above listed distros), I get a variety of errors where some dependencies are not present near the end of the installation process. I tried making a .sh script to run the installation from start to finish, but I'd rather try and get the flatpak installation working.
Does anyone have an idea to how I can get this to install?
Thanks in advance!
The problem is that the flatpak is built for x86_x64 architecture but you are using an ARM architecture on the raspberry PI. Currently we do not support Raspberry PI builds, or any ARM builds for that matter.
That would certainly explain my problem haha
I'll switch to an x86 SBC and hopefully it'll work.
Analog Devices should really consider supporting ARM & the Raspberry Pi. After all, this is a learning platform for students, and what better suited computer for this purpose is the venerable Raspberry Pi?