I asked this in another related string, but thought that I should perhaps start a new string too.
I followed all of the instructions in previous and strongly related discussion string where a person’s problems had been solved and could not get the install to work.
When I try to run:
sudo sh ./PowerVRSDKSetup-3.1.run-x64
./PowerVRSDKSetup-3.1.run-x64: 1: ./PowerVRSDKSetup-3.1.run-x64: Syntax error: “(” unexpected
Please advise and thanks in advance,
Just to let you know, we’re looking in to this for you, to see if we can find the root cause, and a work around for you.
In the short term, are you able to install the 32-bit version?
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I think you are trying to execute the installer as a script instead of a binary. I usually just:
chmod +x PowerVRSDKSetup-3.1.run-x64
Notice that I do not use bash, sh or any other shell.
GuillemV, I had changed to executable, but I am newb enough to have not thought to run it without “sh” - it is installing now - thanks!
I spoke too soon - During install, I have the following problem. The Dialog box says:
Error Unable to download component PVRScope: Component file version does not match
Then it wants to exit the installation program. I think it may be a proxy issue, but I am not sure yet.
Have you had any luck downloading the package yet, or are you still hitting this error?
sudo ./PowerVRSDKSetup-3.1.run-x64 and went through all the setup questions with the minimally suggested options, and I also set up the proxy for my company. On component 3 / 42 (42 - that’s funny - didn’t notice that before), it says: Unable to download component PVRScope: Component file version does not match. I am on Linux Mint 15 and I am up to date on updates.
Strange. Can you share the details of the selection you’ve made during installation, i.e. selected packages, target API & target OS?