If your connected product runs Linux, the WCM Compatibility Checker script can be used to verify that the WCM dependencies (described here) are present on your connected product. For other operating systems, contact us for platform dependency information.
Downloading the script
Download the script from http://download.cirrentsystems.com/wcm/WCM_target_compatibility.sh and run it on your connected product.
The script will extract information about your connected product, including the OS version, the network interface list, and the presence of certain binaries and libraries that the WCM depends on, and write it to a log file. Send the log file to us, and we can confirm whether our WCM will run on your platform.
Running the script
The script should be transferred to your product using whatever is your preferred file transfer method (tftp, usb drive, scp, etc). The script should be placed in a directory with R/W permissions.
For example, the script can be transfered to a Raspberry Pi on the same network using scp:
# scp WCM_target_compatibility.sh pi@RASBERRYPI-IP-ADDRESS:/path/to/script
Once the script is on the product, verify that the script is executable:
# chmod +x /path/to/script/WCM_target_compatibility.sh
Then run the script as root (specify sudo if necessary) in the same directory where it exists:
# cd /path/to/script
The script will produce a WCM_Compatibility.log file. This file will contain the information extracted by the script.
# cat /path/to/script/WCM_Compatibility.log
Reviewing the results
Send us the WCM_Compatibility.log file and we will confirm that your product is ready to be ZipKey-enabled.