iOS Question My bridge app will not install from Safari

davepamn

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My problem is the b4ibuilderserver wants me to use xx.xx.129.2:51041 port. I don't have an static ip address on my iMac. I used my imac address in b4i for the server ip. That worked. However, when I go to install bridge on the ipad, it tries to access xx.xx.129.2

Is there a way to change the b4ibuildserver ip address?

I was able to user the key.txt to override the ip address

manual:xx.xx.102.32
 
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davepamn

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I changed my keys.txt file using vi to
manual:xx.xx.102.32

:wq

then I ran the ip address in safari on the iPad. I get a screen that tells me to click on the latest build, Product: b4i-bridge, build-time:now

nothing happens and no errors popup

How do I tell if the b4i certificate is install on the iPad?
 

davepamn

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I installed uuid from monster and registered it as a device uuid in my apple developer console.
I downloaded the provision and installed into my keychain

Itunes and Xcode organizer gave a different UUID than uuid monster. Does that matter?
 
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davepamn

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I stopped and started the b4ibuilderserver.java and then it connected.

Provisioning and UUID and private Key seem to be ok. The compiler did not warn or error out.

I was able to run an Xcode app on the iPAD. Believe the provisioning and certification keys are good.
 
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davepamn

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I checked iTunes UUID for my iPad by clicking on the serial number which then rotates to the UUID and it is in the provisioning list.
 

davepamn

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How can I tell if B4i is having a problem with a private key, provision, or device id?
 

davepamn

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Building Xcode project 0.14
Sending data to remote compiler. 2.43
Open mobile Safari and navigate to: xx.xx.102.32:51041
Then click on the Install button.
Troubleshooting:
1. Make sure that B4I certificate is installed (www.basic4ppc.com/ca.pem).
2. Make sure that the provisioning file includes the target device UDID.
3. Check the link for typos.
Compilation completed successfully.


Keys.text
manual:xx.xx.102.32
 
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davepamn

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I did not delete the keys directory in the macserver-aa directory

I copied the macserver-aa to my documents directory, changed the keys.txt file to point to the manual:xx.xxx.xx.xx
ran java -jar b4ibuildserver.jar
 

davepamn

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On the iPad, i am getting an error

Can not connect to xx.xx.102.32 when I click install app

I can ping xx.xx.102.32

I used xx.xx.10.32:51041 in Safari.
 
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