I am new to the ecosystem and have a mangOH yellow board, which I want to connect to the cloud using MQTT for building an IOT pipeline. I was trying to install the Legato Application Framework following the instructions on legato website (i am not able to put more than two links in this post)
but I am stuck at this error:
ravneetsingh@RavneetPersonal:~/workspace/legatoAF$ repo init -u GitHub - legatoproject/manifest: repo manifests for Legato
remote: Repository not found.
fatal: repository ‘https://github.com/git-repo/repo/’ not found
repo: error: “git” failed with exit status 128
cmd: [‘git’, ‘fetch’, ‘–quiet’, ‘–progress’, ‘origin’, ‘+refs/heads/:refs/remotes/origin/’, ‘+refs/tags/:refs/tags/’]
fatal: double check your --repo-rev setting.
fatal: cloning the git-repo repository failed, will remove ‘.repo/repo’
Earlier I had reached somewhat ahead using hit and trial (without understanding everything) by directly downloading a tarball and extracting it and then installing a toolchain, but with issues at each step. This time I wanted to do it carefully understanding more. I’d be really grateful for any help! Thank you so much!!
Actually I am using Ubuntu 20.04 on WSL on my windows laptop using:
wsl --install -d Ubuntu-20.04
$ lsb_release -a
No LSB modules are available.
Distributor ID: Ubuntu
Description: Ubuntu 20.04.6 LTS
I can remove this and install Ubuntu 18 if you suggest that will be better!
Do you mean to say that Legato Application framework is not required? I was just trying to follow the steps here: Install the Application Framework - Legato Docs
yes but that package itself is a legato app, and after some reading, I got to know that for building a legato app and then updating the same to the device (mangOH yellow) I need to first install the legato application framework. Which is why I was going through these steps