I am struggling with an error from Rsync:
Error "(544) - Local command [‘wsl.exe’, ‘rsync’, ‘-r’, ‘-z’, ‘-l’, ‘-p’, ‘-g’, ‘-o’, ‘-t’, ‘-v’, ‘–delete’, ‘-e’, “ssh -p 22 -q -i ‘/tmp/tmp.iuVHKsoyVm’ -o ‘StrictHostKeyChecking no’ -o ‘UserKnownHostsFile /dev/null’”, ‘/mnt/c/Users/Nirrin/quickstart/appconfig_0/work/quickstart/’, ‘torizon@hostname:/home/torizon/quickstart/’] returned error 255
I am working on apalis imx8 v1.1 and ixora carrier board v1.2 with vscode and the torizon extension v1.5.1
This error shows up even when trying to run a simple hello-world example code.
reinstalled wsl, docker desktop, and vscode
Tried using two different boards(imx8,ixora for both)
ssh’d into the board using PuTTY in privileged mode looking for the /apalis/torizon/quickstart/ folder and did not find anything except hidden files in either root or torizon.
I am on windows 11 with VSCode version 1.74.3
I am using the torizon evaluation with example containers operating system that comes pre-built.
Linux apalis-imx8-07107340 5.4.193-5.7.0+git.f78299297185 #1-TorizonCore SMP PREEMPT Mon Jul 11 14:42:03 UTC 2022 aarch64 aarch64 aarch64
Also to note this just happened randomly after the board and related software had been working for weeks.
This error is being produced by: connecting my hardware with vscode, starting a new blank python application from the torizon command on the command pallete in vscode, I then run this just as a test in debug mode(F5). This seems to deploy the image however it eventually throws the mentioned error.
Sorry for the delayed response. I wasn’t able to reproduce your error. Following the Visual Studio Code Extension for Torizon for windows+torizon extension+python+‘hello-world.’ Seems to work on my end for a fresh start. Is this the process you are following?
WSL2 w/ installed rsync and ssh w/ default wsl selected
disabling buildkit via docker
Are you able able to post the output from the TERMINAL and the OUTPUT panes in vscode?
We’ve had a similar issue that might shed some light towards yours.
I have done all that you suggested except the .Net installation which from my understanding is only needed if you are going to be using .Net applications. I am currently only running python applications.
In regards to the other post it does not seem like I have the file they referenced on my board. When I look at the torizon folder on the board in privileged mode all I get is this:
The issue has been resolved. I was connecting the board to my network via ethernet and internet sharing through my windows computer. It seemed that caused intermittent connection issues between WSL and my board. Connecting via a direct link to our network seemed to fix the issue.