waiting for my first JeeLab-delivery I'm already trying to set up my "server" for the data I would like to monitor. My plan is to use a AVM FritzBox Fon 7170 SL with customized Firmware (freetz.org) and JeeMon.
I played around a little bit on my Windows PC and JeeMon and it worked fine. Then I copied the LINUX 32bit version of JeeMon, the "Hello World"-Example on a USB-stick and plug it into the FritzBox. It is mounted automatically as and I see my files (JeeMon, application.tcl) in /var/media/ftp/uStor01/jm-linux-hallowelt.
Then, when I start
I get the error:
./JeeMon: line 1: syntax error: word unexpected (expecting ")")
Hmm, I must admit, I'm really new to linux, so no idea what to do next. My questions:
Is it a problem of the JeeMon executable?
Is it a problem of the application.tcl (but it is the really simple hello-world-example. Yes, I saved it with linux lineends)
Is it a memory problem?
What could I test?
Could it be a problem of the prozessor architecture?
For your information: The FritzBox 7170 has a AR7-ohio 212MHz processor, 32MB RAM, 8MB Flash memory, Freetz version 1.1.14.
Maybe there are some linux experts out there?