My situation is very similar to another post on this help forum. However, that post targets the Raspberry Pi Zero, rather than the Raspberry Pi 4.
As is the case, with that post, I’m unable to install LaserWeb4. I have tried following the suggestions for that post, yet, the suggestions don’t seem to work. Installation still fails.
Because I’m using a Raspberry Pi 4, rather than a Raspberry Pi Zero, I’ve also followed the instructions on the following link:
This link offers instructions on how to install LaserWeb4 onto a Raspberry Pi 4, with 4GB of RAM. This is exactly what I’m attempting to do. However, when I follow the instructions, after a fresh installation of Bullseye (the 32-bit version), I receive error messages, while trying to install npm.
The error appears to be related to a failed path.
Has anyone recently tried to install LaserWeb4 on a Raspberry Pi 4? If so, do you run into this same error, or have you been successful?
Please forgive me if the solution to this problem turns out to be simple. I’m an extremely new user, and have never used LaserWeb4. I bought my first laser cutter, a little over a week ago. I’m able to follow detailed instructions, like those shown in the above link. However, I’m not very skilled at troubleshooting, when something goes wrong, and the detailed instructions fail.
Thanks for your time. I appreciate any guidance that anyone may be willing to provide.