How to start the myrobotlab release Nixie or Manticore on the Arduino / Raspberry

The command to start myrobotlab should look something like this:

"java -jar myrobotlab.jar -m 3g"        
 
be patient, it takes a little while for the swing gui to load.

 

This command has to be done after every new start of the Arduino / Raspberry ; a desktop icon is not existing.

 

If you use the start command "-m 3g" a lot of commands where worked out. At the end it stops at (see first screenshot). 
 
If you press after a while a button, you get this: 
                                                                                        [runtime@agent-tedious-brainbots /]#
 
 
In the prompt you are not in Linux, but in which language I do not know, may be something like HTML...
 
 
Then I try to start something (see second screenshot). I really wanted to know what happened and how to get back to linux.
 
Your comment is appreciated...

 


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GroG's picture

I suspect your asking for too

I suspect your asking for too much memory.
Try 

java -jar myrobotlab.jar -m 1g

Tricia279's picture

Release Nixie changed to Mature-Louie

Hi, 

first I did:
java -jar myrobotlab.jar -m 3g  
then:
java -jar myrobotlab.jar
 
Then I got perhaps the Nixie Release1.1.234. At the java platform stands: Mature Louise.
 
The Java environment worked well and I saw the done statements in the prompt. That is good. The only thing is that there is no content inside.
 
I made a restart of the Raspberry and now stands on the java platform: faded-transmorphers.
Again I made a restart of the Raspberry and now stand there: superb-android.
 
I do not know what that mean...
GroG's picture

The different names are just

The different names are just unique identifiers.

Not sure why there is no content inside - you could send a noWorky.

Tricia279's picture

MRL ?

Hi,

Kevin wrote: "every time you start up mrl it gives it some new random name."

What is MRL ? and

Where can I do a "NoWorky" ? I would also fill the content in, if I would know how...

GroG's picture

Kevin wrote: "every time

Kevin wrote: "every time you start up mrl it gives it some new random name."
What is MRL ? 

MRL = MyRobotLab

Where can I do a "NoWorky" ? I would also fill the content in, if I would know how...

http://myrobotlab.org/content/helpful-myrobotlab-tips-and-tricks-0#noWorky