Hi there – just wanted to confirm that I’m having the same problems as well. Some details:
- I’m also going through the Getting Started with Raspberry Pi 3 guide, using a Raspberry Pi 3
- I’ve followed the steps in the tutorial up to the
balena push command
- My app is also named “Test”
- I see this output when running the command (with debugging turned on):
$ balena apps ; export DEBUG=1 ; balena push Test
ID APP NAME DEVICE TYPE ONLINE DEVICES DEVICE COUNT
1578870 Test raspberrypi3 1 1
[debug] original argv0="balena" argv=[/home/aardvark/balena-cli/balena,/snapshot/versioned-source/bin/balena,push,Test] length=4
[debug] Using . as build source
could not load any valid magic files!
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The version of the CLI I have is 11.25.2 (balena-cli-v11.25.2-linux-x64-standalone.zip)
I’m running this on Fedora 31. (For fun, I tried turning off SELinux, but I still got the same error.) I have also tried this on Debian 9.11, and got the same error.
I’m able to log in, list devices and apps, and show devices logs using the balena CLI.
If you need any further info, please let me know.
Thanks in advance for any help you can give!
Quick update: Just for fun, I tried downloading version 11.21.5 (older version picked at random) of the CLI, and
balena push Test did work; the output I saw was exactly as shown in the tutorial. This was on Fedora 31; other than switching the directory used in PATH, I made no other changes. Hopefully this helps narrow things down. I’ve got a bug filed on the Github repo, but again let me know if you need any further info.