Currently I’m having some issues with installing the openag_brain onto my Raspberry Pi 3. I first tried to install it with the source but when I tried to run the script, it gave me the following error: “Package coachdb is not available, but is reffered to by another package. This may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or is only available from another source.”
Afterwards, I tried to install it with the docker, which ended up giving me an error as well (after doing “sh install_docker.sh”, it went wrong and I couldn’t find any docker commands when I tried to issue “docker-compose up -d”).
So finally I went ahead and tried to install everything manually (ROS, CouchDB) following the instructions on the github, but when I got to the CouchDB, I ended up getting errors again. It seems like the main problem here seemed to be getting all the dependencies installed and especially the older version of Erlang (I had 8.2.1 and I apparently need a version somewhere between 5.8.1 and 6.0).
I’ve pretty much hit a roadblock here now and I’m not entirely sure where it goes wrong. Right now the only possible problems I can think off is that the Raspberry Pi needs to be connected to all the other electronics before installing the software or that I need to install an older version of Raspian Jessie/Raspian Jessie Lite (I’ve tried both already as well).
Did anyone have similar issues in the past with installing the openag_brain or has a better understanding where the problem exactly is and is able to help me?
Thanks in advance!