I’m trying to set-up a second Torizon development PC as part of preparing to demo Torizon to my team, but I’m getting an error when attempting to build the Torizon SDK container. The two PCs have the same versions of Windows, Docker, Visual Studio 2017 and the Torizon Visual Studio extension installed. They are both trying to compile the one-line hello world code which is created by default when creating a new Torizon C++ project in Visual Studio. The project has the same name and is in the same place on both PCs. But it works on one PC and fails on the other.
Both PCs success when building the application container so I think Docker is running correctly. The failure happens at the step of creating the SDK container. The error message is:
Building container... Container has been built. Updating SDK...Error updating Torizon SDK container. Code: 500 Description: Internal server error Message: [WinError 123] The filename, directory name, or volume label syntax is incorrect: 'C:\\Users\\snaddenm\\Desktop\\TorizonApp5\\TorizonApp5\\appconfig_0\\sysroot\\lib\\ld-linux-armhf.so.3'
The file in the error message is just a regular binary file on the PC that works, but on the PC with the error this file appears in the File Explorer as a symbolic link (Windows shows the type as .symlink). But I can’t open the file. What would cause that file to be interpreted as a symbolic link on one PC but not on another?