iOS Question Remote Compiler -> Error

Discussion in 'iOS Questions' started by P_B, Aug 14, 2019.

  1. P_B

    P_B New Member Licensed User

    Hello,

    I took a $ 99 apple account.

    I followed the video tutorial, which is very well explained.

    > iOS Tutorial Installing B4i-Bridge and debugging first app

    To test the example on Iphone 6s: SecondProgramme, and I come across this error.

    (Build b4i bridge app)

    I have my userid received by email.
    Use 'hosted builder'.

    My 5 files.

    C: \ B4I \ KEY \ TEST \ B4i.keystore
    C: \ B4I \ KEY \ TEST \ B4i.p12
    C: \ B4I \ KEY \ TEST \ certSigningRequest.csr
    C: \ B4I \ KEY \ TEST \ default.cer
    C: \ B4I \ KEY \ TEST \ default.mobileprovision

    I use windows 7 pro.

    I tested the simulator in local mac works well.

    Thank you in advance for your help.
     
  2. Brandsum

    Brandsum Active Member Licensed User

    Seems like B4I is unable to communicate with remote build server. Check if you can open test page of your build server.
     
  3. Erel

    Erel Administrator Staff Member Licensed User

    What happens when you try to use a real device with the local Mac builder?
     
  4. P_B

    P_B New Member Licensed User

    Thank you for your answers.

    By adding the certificates in Xcode, on local mac, this ended up working.

    Xcode: preferences -> Accounts -> Manage Certificates.

    With 'hosted builder', I always have the same error.

    I had also cut the firewall of windows 7, with also that of the internet box.

    I also added an authorization for b4i, to be able to communicate in both directions.

    I do not see what can block?

    It would be nice to know it.
     
  5. Erel

    Erel Administrator Staff Member Licensed User

    Are you using a VM for Windows? Maybe a configuration problem.
     
  6. P_B

    P_B New Member Licensed User

    I use 2 Mac mini late 2012 (I7 + I5), with 'boot camp' for Windows 7, which work identically to a real PC.

    Maybe it is also the source of the problem ?
     
  7. watesoft

    watesoft Member Licensed User

    How is your Mac mini connected to the internet? Cable or Wifi?
     
  8. Erel

    Erel Administrator Staff Member Licensed User

    Why not use a local builder?
     
  9. P_B

    P_B New Member Licensed User

    Thank you for your answers.

    The 2 Mac mini are connected by cable, to the same internet box.

    I use wifi only for iPhones.

    I will use the local builder.

    I took hosted builder, to increase its chances of operation, and to use it without requiring mac.

    I thought my id hosted builder, was not working, or was not enabled.

    I do not think I'm the only one in the world to use 'boot camp', with windows 7.

    Maybe with windows 8 or 10, it works better with 'boot camp' ?

    It is an interesting problem that everyone can meet, and that can be reproducible.
     
  10. Brandsum

    Brandsum Active Member Licensed User

    I use Virtual Box. So that I can use both windows and mac at the same time. When ever I need to copy any file form mac I can copy it to windows. Its bidirectional. Also the clipboard. I swipe back and forth to switch between mac and windows.
     
    Last edited: Aug 16, 2019
  11. watesoft

    watesoft Member Licensed User

    @P_B Try to make your Mac mini connected to the internet with wifi the same as your ipone does.
     
  12. Erel

    Erel Administrator Staff Member Licensed User

    The Windows version shouldn't matter.
     
  13. aeric

    aeric Active Member Licensed User

    I think the problem is IP settings. Try to use cmd to ping the Mac's IP.
     
  14. aeric

    aeric Active Member Licensed User

    I also use Virtual Box but I don't know why I can't use the clipboard feature. I normally copy files by using a USB drive formatted as exFAT.
     
  15. Brandsum

    Brandsum Active Member Licensed User

    On the virtual box after launching a vm change clipboard and drag&drop to bidirectional from devices menu at the top. You can also set a shared folder in which you can copy a file from mac and use that in windows without having multiple copy in both os. I have a shared folder which I use, to store downloaded files from mac and use those file in windows just after download without coping.

    And I usually store all my projects inside that folder. So when i need to edit an image i directly open that in photoshop (mac) from the project files folder.
     
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