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PROBLEM DESCRIPTION: The Cloud9 IDE seems to 'hang' when I try to expand the project files at the directory, /cloud9. There is a circular progress indicator and it justs continues to circle and circle without end. Further, I attempted to save a file in the Cloud9 IDE, but on subsequent attempts to use the Cloud9 IDE, it shows the file is empty. I cannot load files. I cannot save files.
I just purchased a BeagleBone Black (HW vA5C, bonescript v0.2.2).
I have enabled the Cloud9 IDE by connecting the USB Type A cable to the computer host. The computer powers the BBB and the BBB's LED indicators are showing the heartbeat and other customary status.
When I navigate to 192.168.7.2:3000 the Cloud9 IDE 'seems' to recognize the BBB. However, when I try to exercise the Cloud9 IDE tutorial at beagleboard.org, I see errors in the IDE.
I am testing this BBB HW on an iMac running OS X v10.8.4 and Safari v6.0.5. I downloaded and installed the latest HoRNDIS network driver, rel4.
I am testing this BBB HW on a Dell laptop running Win7 and Firefox v22.0. I download and installed the provided 64-bit USB drivers.
Because I see the same Cloud9 IDE behavior on a PC/Firefox and Mac/Safari, I conclude that the problem is somehow related to the Cloud9 IDE or the network driver running on the BBB.
At circuitco's BBB FAQ, there are two specific pieces of advice: "5.2 Cloud9 IDE and GateOne SSH Client no accessible" and "5.4 Cloud9 Not Running Properly. How do I fix this?". In the first, I confirmed in a PuTTY terminal that the directory, /var/lib/cloud9, does indeed exist and this directory contains the files I saved or attempted to save in the Cloud9 IDE. In the second, I switched the mode from "Debug" to "Run" by deselecting the option, "Run in debug mode".
Another observation: I can run and execute the bonescript examples included in the Beagleboard.org tutorial. For example, I can execute "getPlatform()" and obtain the BBB's serial number, version, etc...
I am at a real loss to explain why the Cloud9 IDE and the BBB is not working well together. I have requested help at the freenode IRC, circuitco support, beagleboard.org, c9.io support and general internet searches. If anyone has some tips to share, please reply.
I believe that the Angstrom version that ships with the BBB is for some reason problematic. Reading other peoples' comments, it seems like I'm not the only one.
Please update to the latest image following the instructions here: http://beagleboard.org/Getting%20Started#update
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In reply to Miroslav Kiradzhiyski XID:
The Angstrom version that shipped with my BBB is "Cloud9 GNOME Image 2013.06.20. This information is present in the file, /BeagleBone/ID.txt.
I navigated to the following link:
and downloaded the latest image:
I carefully followed the instructions in the link, above, and updated my BBB
After booting the BBB, the contents of the file, ID.txt, shows that the updated Angstrom version is "Cloud9 GNOME Image 2013.07.31".
I then rebooted the device with the USD Type A connect and navigated to http://192.168.7.2:3000, which starts the Cloud9 IDE. All of my file and directory structures function as expected and I was able to complete the Cloud9 IDE tutorials. I consider the question answered. Thank you for the assistance.
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