[erlang-questions] Erlang4android issue on Nexus
Sun Mar 24 19:56:20 CET 2013
E4A does not require you to root the device. I use it on a non-rooted
device myself, but not on a Nexus.
Have you tried starting an interactive Erlang shell from SL4A? E4A is
not intended to be started from outside SL4A, however, you can start E4A
from the shell:
If you start E4A like that, you cannot use the SL4A APIs.
On 03/23/2013 02:46 PM, Paul Barry wrote:
> Thanks, John. I recall reading somewhere that E4A doesn't require me
> to root the device.... But, your email has given me hope as well as a
> few pointers to explore.
> On Mar 23, 2013 1:09 PM, "John Kemp" <
> <mailto:>> wrote:
> Hi Paul,
> I am running Erlang4Android on a Nexus 7, and it works fine. I
> followed exactly the instructions for installing on the device.
> Are you running E4A from a BusyBox or over ADB shell? Have you
> 'rooted' the Nexus 7? E4A doesn't require that AFAIK, but it might
> make a difference (BusyBox install did require it).
> On Mar 23, 2013, at 4:06 AM, Paul Barry wrote:
> > Hi all.
> > I've been playing with one of the new Nexus 7" tablets and I
> have sl4a installed and running fine (with Python). However, when
> I install the Erlang4android stuff from code.google.com
> <http://code.google.com>, I get an "exited" console message
> whenever I try to run anything (e.g., client.erl from the example).
> > I can see from other messages on this list that others have got
> this working on other devices... But has anybody tried it on a
> Nexus, and if you did, how did you get on?
> > Thanks,
> > Paul.
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