How to run Mule on the Raspberry Pi. You’d be shock how easy it is!

Ken Ng

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5 Responses

  1. Manik says:

    Which OS your using on raspberry pi3? I tried it with Raspberry OS but always gets this error when I do ‘sh mule start’ –

    Your machine’s hardware type (uname -m) was not recognized by the Service Wrapper as a supported platform.
    Please report this message along with your machine’s processor/architecture.

  2. Ken Ng says:

    You should be able to run this on Rasbian as was used in the article. Which version of Mule are you running? The Tanuki Service Wrapper has been updated to run on the ARM processor since Mule 3.7.x.

  3. John says:

    Hi, I get the same error as above. I have done the update and upgrade commands.

  4. Ken Ng says:

    What version of raspbian and Mule are you using?

  5. John says:

    Hi, all working now. Thanks. I was using v3.8.1, downloaded v3.8.4 and now all ok. Here is a link to easily find the latest mule version: https://github.com/mulesoft/mule/releases

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