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Message 60640 - Posted: 12 Feb 2017, 18:45:02 UTC

This tablet http://setiweb.ssl.berkeley.edu/beta/show_host_detail.php?hostid=81661 is really an old one. But it works, runs native Boinc. And Seti Beta is one of the few project that distribute wu's to this device.
Unfortunately they all fail,
link_image[2046]: failed to link ../../projects/setiweb.ssl.berkeley.edu_beta/setiathome_8.01_arm-android-linux-gnu__armv7-vfpv3d16-nopie
CANNOT LINK EXECUTABLE

Is there a way to fix this? Otherwise i have nothing more to do for this device, sadly.
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Message 60650 - Posted: 13 Feb 2017, 19:04:32 UTC - in response to Message 60640.  

This tablet http://setiweb.ssl.berkeley.edu/beta/show_host_detail.php?hostid=81661 is really an old one. But it works, runs native Boinc. And Seti Beta is one of the few project that distribute wu's to this device.
Unfortunately they all fail,
link_image[2046]: failed to link ../../projects/setiweb.ssl.berkeley.edu_beta/setiathome_8.01_arm-android-linux-gnu__armv7-vfpv3d16-nopie
CANNOT LINK EXECUTABLE

Is there a way to fix this? Otherwise i have nothing more to do for this device, sadly.

Does it run Android 2.2.x or earlier? I had the same problem on a HTC Desire, that Android version couldn't link executables,
It was the same when I had tried running NativeBoinc off the SDCard, it wouldn't work for the same reason.

hostid=78272

Eric did say he'd look into it, But that was May 2014, and it never happened. There was further talk about pre-Gingerbread devices in Jan 2016, then it went quiet again.

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Message 60651 - Posted: 13 Feb 2017, 19:43:47 UTC - in response to Message 60650.  

This tablet http://setiweb.ssl.berkeley.edu/beta/show_host_detail.php?hostid=81661 is really an old one. But it works, runs native Boinc. And Seti Beta is one of the few project that distribute wu's to this device.
Unfortunately they all fail,
link_image[2046]: failed to link ../../projects/setiweb.ssl.berkeley.edu_beta/setiathome_8.01_arm-android-linux-gnu__armv7-vfpv3d16-nopie
CANNOT LINK EXECUTABLE

Is there a way to fix this? Otherwise i have nothing more to do for this device, sadly.

Does it run Android 2.2.x or earlier? I had the same problem on a HTC Desire, that Android version couldn't link executables,
It was the same when I had tried running NativeBoinc off the SDCard, it wouldn't work for the same reason.

hostid=78272

Eric did say he'd look into it, But that was May 2014, and it never happened. There was further talk about pre-Gingerbread devices in Jan 2016, then it went quiet again.

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Unfortunately it is 2.2 and it has very little RAM, so only a few project were running in the good old days. Worked for the last years as kitchen radio.
I think it's time to move over to a smartphone that no longer accepts a sim-card.

Good bye my Point of View!
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Message 60653 - Posted: 13 Feb 2017, 21:06:17 UTC - in response to Message 60651.  
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Did you try it on main?
I have quite old phone with NativeBOINC that takes tasks from main OK.
https://setiathome.berkeley.edu/show_host_detail.php?hostid=7435236
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