AiStarter doen's starts under Debian 11 Bullseye - How to solve this issue

If you use a Linux distro and follow the On line doc related to AiStarter, you will notice that it says to manually run it by using this terminal command line (every time you want to connect to the AiSrater Inventor App):
/usr/google/appinventor/commands-for-appinventor/aiStarter &
But this does NOT start AiStarter at all because the script is case-sensitive....and the on line doc is wrong . Notice the capital A !
/usr/google/appinventor/commands-for-Appinventor/aiStarter &
and walà will starts :slight_smile:


Hmmm, the documentation:

Starting aiStarter

The aiStarter program manages communication between the Web browser and the Android device. It must be running whenever people use the emulator or the USB cable; it does not need to be running when people are using the wireless companion. Whenever someone logs in to use App Inventor with the emulator or USB, they will need to start aiStarter. This can be done with the command /usr/google/appinventor/commands-for-Appinventor/aiStarter & For convenience, you might want to arrange for this command to be run automatically whenever someone logs in, or when the system starts. The precise way to do this depends on which GNU/Linux distribution you are using. Consult the documentation for your distribution.

Already uses the capital A ?

You right oopss..
but honestly I probably did a Cut&paste from the wrong page... somewhere..