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 Can't understand how it works
Well, I started to learn kivy and have tried to build an Android app using buildozer. I run buildozer android debug with an error and can't find what it's telling me. Here are the last few lines of the output:

......... ......... [WARNING]: NDK version was set as r9c, but checking the NDK dir claims it is . [WARNING]: The build will try to continue, but it may fail and you should check that your setting is correct. [WARNING]: If the NDK dir result is correct, you don't need to manually set the NDK ver. [INFO]:    Using Google NDK r9c [INFO]:    Found virtualenv at /usr/bin/virtualenv [WARNING]: Could not find toolchain subdirectory! [WARNING]: Could not find any toolchain for arm-linux-androideabi! [ERROR]:   python-for-android cannot continue; aborting # Command failed: /usr/bin/python -m pythonforandroid.toolchain create --dist_name=myapp --bootstrap=sdl2 --requirements=python3crystax,kivy --arch armeabi-v7a --copy-libs --color=always --storage-dir=/home/victor/Work/Dev/Python/Kivy/Kivy crash course/test/.buildozer/android/platform/build # # Buildozer failed to execute the last command # The error might be hidden in the log above this error # Please read the full log, and search for it before # raising an issue with buildozer itself. # In case of a bug report, please add a full log with log_level = 2
I am not a programmer and don't know what is this 'toolchain', where to search for it and so on.
"As they say in Mexico 'dosvidaniya'. That makes two vidaniyas."
"As they say in Mexico 'dosvidaniya'. That makes two vidaniyas."
A toolchain is the compiler/linker used for a certain platform.  It sounds like kivy/buildozer doesn't come with whichever toolchain you need for whichever device you're building, but it does at least let you know which toolchain you need (arm-linux-androideabi).

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