Mission: Have flu; kill bugs.
Below, then works on Linux; a few typos fixed and after a struggle with the unfamiliar becomes a bit forced and saw the sdk command line tools installed, where perhaps there is still a hack to avoid needing that:
Check java version > 7
$ java -version
java version “1.8.0_191”
sudo apt-get install gradle
hiccup tempts then faking the license =>
However, I still got a run of “Warning: License for package Android SDK Platform ## not accepted.”
and a suggested solution like “sudo sdkmanager --licenses”, wasn’t simple to action.
Download Android Studio Command line tools only from
answering yes to those.
is a route to accepting licenses but it had no effect.
So, I guessed the unzip wanted to be in ~/.android
moving the unzipped files and merge/copy over licenses to be within ~/.android
and trying the
$ ./gradlew safe-app:download-nativelibs
as is then
$ ./gradlew :safe-app:pack
and then from https://github.com/maidsafe/safe_app_java - if you include the “./”
also work, though with a head full of glu, I have no idea what they do just yet