I just installed Android Studio 4.2.2 and Android Studio Preview (Arctic Fox Beta 5) to my Apple M1 Macbook. When creating an emulator (arm64) I immediately receive the error: AVD Manager: The emulator process for AVD Pixel_4a_API_30 has terminated I then went to the log file of Android Studio (Help > Show log in Finder) and I see that the error occurs when Android Studio attempts to run the following: ~/Library/Android/sdk/emulator/emulator -netdelay none -netspeed full -no-snapshot-load -avd Pixel_4a_API_30 which outputs: emulator: Android emulator version 220.127.116.11 (build_id 7036990) (CL:N/A
During a build of my Android project on my M1 Apple Silicon using kapt (eg Room) Android Studio Arctic Fox | 2020.3.1 Beta 1 arm64 .. Android Studio Arctic Fox | 2020.3.1 Beta 5 arm64 Android Studio Bumblebee | 2021.1.1 Canary 2 aarch64 With Android Studio Arctic Fox | 2020.3.1 Beta 5 Build #AI-203.7717.56.2031.7360992, built on May 14, 2021 Runtime version: 11.0.10+0-b96-7249189 aarch64 VM: OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM by JetBrains s.r.o. macOS 11.4 I run into Execution failed for task ':FFTSpectrumLib:kaptDebugKotlin'. > A failure occurred while executing org.jetbrains.kotlin.gradle.internal
I am trying to run a .Net Core based Azure Function inside a Docker container on a M1 Macbook without success so far. Originally I used the Azure Function Core Tools CLI to create the function with the following command: func init LocalFunctionsProject --worker-runtime dotnet --docker which created the following Dockerfile. FROM mcr.microsoft.com/dotnet/core/sdk:3.1 AS installer-env COPY . /src/dotnet-function-app RUN cd /src/dotnet-function-app && \ mkdir -p /home/site/wwwroot && \ dotnet publish *.csproj --output /home/site/wwwroot # To enable ssh & remote debugging on app service change the
I'm trying out the Eclipse 4.20 builds available as Mac OSX (64 bit version for Arm64/AArch64) running under macOS 11 on Apple Silicon. This version doesn't seem to come with a jdk, so I've assumed I need to handle that myself. I installed 16.0.1-librca from Bellsoft with SDKman (Rosetta2 mode false). I edited the info.plist file of Eclipse like this: <key>Eclipse</key> <array> <string>-vm</string> <string>~/.sdkman/candidates/java/16.0.1-librca/bin/java</string> …(Other stuff here) </array> and Eclipse does indeed startup, but crashes right away. A while after this macOS claims I don't have
Installation of earlier versions of Python (prior to 3.8) fails on Mac with M1 Chip (ARM based Apple Silicon)
I have Macbook with Apple M1 Chip in which I have to use Python 3.6.5 for my project. It comes with Python 2.7.16 and 3.8.2 preinstalled. I used brew to install Python which by default installed 3.9.1. So, I tried this homebrew formula to install 3.6.5, but got following error: checking for pthread_t... yes checking size of pthread_t... 8 configure: error: Unexpected output of 'arch' on OSX Do not report this issue to Homebrew/brew or Homebrew/core! I tried pyenv install 3.6.5 , but it fails with similar error as above. Method explained here by ePi272314 to install python with git commit fails
I have a simple capture session set up to record my iPhone over USB from my Mac Mini M1. When I try to record a capture session to file, nothing is written to disk, and the console outputs the same error message over and over again. I can reproduce this issue on Apple Silicon only. The exact same code works on Intel. STEPS Allow screen capture with kCMIOHardwarePropertyAllowScreenCaptureDevices Find the iPhone via AVCaptureDevice.devices:for - muxed Create a capture device input with that device Start the session, and display its preview layer. This works. Tell the output to start recording
This question already has answers here: Detect Apple Silicon from command line (3 answers) Closed 10 months ago. On a M1 Mac Mini, If I do uname -i, I get: uname: illegal option -- - usage: uname [-amnprsv] If I do uname -m, I get: x86_64 If I do uname -a, I get: Darwin bevrymemacmini.local 20.5.0 Darwin Kernel Version 20.5.0: Sat May 8 05:10:31 PDT 2021; root:xnu-7195.121.3~9/RELEASE_ARM64_T8101 x86_64 Only in uname -a do I get the information that it is running on Apple Silicon via the ARM64 part. Is there a better way of determining which architecture I am running on Mac machines?
Image built on Mac OSX with M1 processor, deployed to an EC2 instance. But when scripts are run it yields the error: standard_init_linux.go:219: exec user process caused: exec format error Elsewhere on Stackoverflow, this is explained as a mismatch of OS architecture. Sure enough running "uname -m" on EC2 instance shows it to be x86_64, and "docker image inspect" shows the container to have architecture arm64. Here's what I don't understand. "uname -m" on my Mac shows that to be x86_64 too. So how does the container inherit a different architecture? More significantly, how do I build an image
I have an m1 mac and I am trying to run a amd64 based docker image on my arm64 based host platform. However, when I try to do so (with docker run) I get the following error: WARNING: The requested image's platform (linux/amd64) does not match the detected host platform (linux/arm64/v8) and no specific platform was requested. When I try adding the tag --platform linux/amd64 the error message doesn't appear, but I can't seem to go into the relevant shell and docker ps -a shows that the container is immediately exited upon starting. Would anyone know how I can run this exact image on my machine
When running on older iOS Simulator, error "Failed to start launchd_sim: could not bind to session, launchd_sim may have crashed or quit responding"
I'm running Xcode 12.2 (12B45b) on my M1 MacBook Pro. Whenever I try to run the simulator on an older iOS, for example: It doesn't work. Xcode pops up this error: When I press on Details, a screen pops up showing: Details Failed to start launchd_sim: could not bind to session, launchd_sim may have crashed or quit responding Domain: com.apple.SimLaunchHostService.RequestError Code: 4 -- System Information macOS Version 11.0 (Build 20A2411) Xcode 12.2 (17535) (Build 12B45b) Timestamp: 2020-12-06T12:41:11-08:00 However, If I run a newer iOS like 14.2, it works perfectly. This was the runtime that