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Version added 09-Aug-2018| Modified 15-Feb-2019

This page provides the system requirements for running the Beanviser and the Beanviser package for download.

System Requirements

Check out the software and hardware requirements to use Beanviser.

Software Requirements

OS Requirement
Linux Ubuntu 14.04, 16.04 or Ubuntu Mint (Maya)
macOS 10.12 Sierra and High Sierra (64-bit)
Windows Windows 7 or later

Hardware Requirements

HW Component Requirement
CPU Intel® Pentium®4 2.0 GHz or faster
Memory Minimum 3 GB
VGA 1280 x 1024 or greater
Graphic Card256 MB or more of video memory

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Linux

macOS

Windows

About Beanviser Releases

v2.0.0 (15-FEB-2019)

What's new

  • Provides logs from Gstreamer, along with metadata (from webOS media server) and dot graph. 

  • Added warning and error indicators for System CPU, System memory, Process CPU, and Process Memory. 

  • Provides sequence diagram for ls-monitor.

  • Provides the list of processes that are currently running in Process CPU and Process Memory tabs. Processes can be filtered from this list.

Known Issues 

  • Beanviser can display a wrong pop-up message if network gets disconnected while the Gstreamer is running.
    Workaround: Reload or relaunch the tool for using the Gstreamer function.

  • Beanviser does not allow you to disconnect the device when Gstreamer is running.
    Workaround: Stop the Gstreamer operation to disconnect the device. 

  • Gstreamer Save button gets disabled when you start the operation without clearing the existing data. 

  • After launching media apps continuously, Beanviser can get slow and may freeze its operations.
    Workaround: Stop ls-monitor to use media apps continuously.  


v1.0.0 (16-AUG-2018)

 

This is the first official release of Beanviser Open Source Edition. For a detailed list of features, see Key Beanviser Functions.

Known Issues

  • Log viewer filter buttons are enabled even while the page is still loading.

  • The "$" character is accepted in the device name. However, on Linux it gets converted to numbers.


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