01-28-2013 03:08 PM
I recently purchased a Macbook Air, and installed the BlackBerry WebWorks SDK Version 22.214.171.124, as well as the simulator. (I got an error when visiting the link to download the Ripple Emulator, so don't have that at the moment.)
I downloaded my signing keys, I put them in a folder in "Documents" called "Signing Keys". I then navigated to
"Developer/SKDs/Research In Motion/BlackBerry 10 WebWoks SDK 126.96.36.199/dependencies/tools/bin" and ran this command to register my keys: "blackberry-signer -register -csjpin <--CSJPIN--> -storepass <--STOREPASS--> "/Users/Tom/Documents/Signing Keys/client-RDK-1953776.csj" "Users/Tom/Documents/Signing Keys/client-PBDT-1953776.csj""
Nothing happened when that ran, so I tried "./blackberry-signer" (rest of the command) and got this error message: "-bash: ./blackberry-signer: Permission denied"
I am really not sure what I'm doing wrong here, as whatever I try my keys are not being registered and there are no files inside ~Library/Research In Motion.
I am completely new to Mac/OS X so wanted to include as much information as I could, if you need to know anything extra just let me know and I'll post it. Really stuck here and just want to test out my app, so any help would really be appreciated.
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01-30-2013 08:17 AM
for what it's worth, you were missing a "/" behind "Users" in your path to your .csj file. Not sure if that was the cause but in terminal you need the forward slash when referring to the root directory.