10-10-2012 01:44 AM
[Apologies if there's another thread dealing with this specifically, but I can't find one - aside from this one with a non-descriptive subject.]
I recently set up the beta 3 dev environment on my Mac (after uninstalling the previous one I hadn't had a chance to really use). The similator seems to be running well. The browser works, and I can telnet in (though I get 'permission denied' for ssh).
However, when I try to configure the development environment, it fails to connect. All I'm trying to run is a basic Cascades project -- the default "hello world" one that gets created when you create a new project.
I'm using VMware Fusion 5 on OS X 10.8.2.
I tried enabling the option in VMware to allow the VM to use profiling hooks, but the simulator wouldn't launch, so I disabled it again.
On the simulator, developer mode is on, but shows an IP address of "169.254.0.1". The troubleshooting doc says if this is the case, try disabling and re-enabling the adapter. That does nothing (and restarting does nothing), and this address appears to be configurable within 169.254.0.0/16 -- it doesn't appear to be run-time status info. "About > Network" shows the correct IPv4 address.
I have set a device password. Do the "Storage & Access" settings have any effect? (I did change them to match what I use on my PlayBook, and I can copy files over via Finder.)
I'm at a loss. Really wish the local BB Jam hadn't been while I was away on vacation.
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10-10-2012 02:19 AM - edited 10-10-2012 02:21 AM
Ok, how do I delete this question?
Somehow in going through the "Create your first project" steps, I missed the instructions on selecting the build target, and had left it at the default, which obviously won't work on the simulator.
10-15-2012 11:41 PM