ARM64, error when bulding

Hey guys,
I’m trying to build from source on my chroot debian installed with termux.

I followed this tutorial :
https://github.com/ankitects/anki/blob/8f77e5198b2e0a3019fa143e621a80ae62961f20/docs/linux.md#linux-specific-notes
I installed the required dependency and stuff, but when I try to./run , I get the following error message

user@localhost:~/anki$ ./run
    Finished release [optimized] target(s) in 0.52s
[1/43; 1 active; 32.330s] download:node
FAILED: /home/user/anki/out/download/node-v20.11.0-linux-arm64.tar.xz 
/home/user/anki/out/rust/release/runner archive download https://nodejs.org/dist/v20.11.0/node-v20.11.0-linux-arm64.tar.xz f943abd348d2b8ff8754ca912c118a20301eb6a0014cc4cdea86cff021fde8e6 /home/user/anki/out/download/node-v20.11.0-linux-arm64.tar.xz
expected f943abd348d2b8ff8754ca912c118a20301eb6a0014cc4cdea86cff021fde8e6, got f6df68c6793244071f69023a9b43a0cf0b13d65cbe86d55925c28e4134d9aafb
ninja: build stopped: subcommand failed.

Build failed.

Any idea how to troubleshoot this problem please?
Thank you.

I am having the same issue right now, compiling on Asahi Fedora Remix. Anki doesn’t support Linux ARM for some reason which is probably the issue, however I have gotten it to run before so some build script or something probably needs to be changed. I’ll let you know if I figure out (although I probably won’t since I’m trying to cram study for a test which is why I was trying to use Anki to begin with).

The checksum was incorrect. I’ve pushed a fix to GitHub.

Works fine now, thank you very much :slight_smile: