running in vagrant: libs problem

Asked by Yogesh Baviskar on 2017-10-31

I am running selenium script using Sikuli but giving following error:

ResourceLoaderBasic: checkLibsDir: Not a valid libs dir for SikuliX (amd64): /vagrant/Backup/libs
[error] ResourceLoaderBasic: check: libs dir is empty, has wrong content or is outdated
[action] ResourceLoaderBasic: check: Please wait! Trying to extract libs to: /vagrant/Backup/libs
[error] ResourceLoaderBasic: checkLibsDir: Not a valid libs dir for SikuliX (amd64): /vagrant/Backup/libs
[error] ResourceLoaderBasic: loadLib: Fatal Error 109: not found: /vagrant/Backup/libs/libVisionProxy.so
[error] Terminating SikuliX after a fatal error(109)! Sorry, but it makes no sense to continue!
If you do not have any idea about the error cause or solution, run again
with a Debug level of 3. You might paste the output to the Q&A board.

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2017-11-15
RaiMan (raimund-hocke) said : #1

Are you running some Linux flavour in a vagrant container?

If yes, be sure to use SikuliX 1.1.1 and see:
http://www.sikulix.com/specials/files/linux-setup-prerequisites.html

If not, run a correct setup according to:
http://www.sikulix.com/quickstart/

Yogesh Baviskar (yog132) said : #2

Hello RaiMan,

Thank you for quick reply . I tried steps mention above but still it is not working.

Can we have sharing session so that i can show you my system details.

Thanks,
Yogesh

RaiMan (raimund-hocke) said : #3

Sorry, no time for such special cases.

Search the net for your special combination.

Nevertheless, if anyone here has a chance to get a clue of your situation, then you have to talk about your environment, concrete problems and steps already taken in detail.

Yogesh Baviskar (yog132) said : #4

Hello RaiMan,

Yes . I am using Linux flavor in vagrant .

I go through to document you mention but cant understand what i need to do, from where i need to install.

Can you please explain step by step?

RaiMan (raimund-hocke) said : #5

as said: no time for such special cases.

You have to find your way somehow with the mentioned information (should not be a problem for someone dealing with linux and vagrant as an expert ;-)

TestMechanic (ndinev) said : #6

Yogesh,
What is the Linux flavour?

Can you help with this problem?

Provide an answer of your own, or ask Yogesh Baviskar for more information if necessary.

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