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I followed the steps on the git and source build the files.

One of the settings to configure when invoking rossum is the "core version" (ie: the base system software version), using the -c or --core flag:

  -c ID, --core ID      Version of the core files used when translating
(default: V7.70-1). Use the 'ROSSUM_CORE_VERSION'
environment variable to configure an alternative
default without having to specify it on each
invocation of rossum


as stated there, the default is to use V7.70-1. For your R-30iB+, that would probably need to be set to V9.10-1.

Could you check you did that?

You can find the currently configured core version in the build.ninja file in the build folder of your rossum workspace.

I followed the steps on the git and source build the files.

One of the settings to configure when invoking rossum is the "core version" (ie: the base system software version), using the -c or --core flag:

  -c ID, --core ID      Version of the core files used when translating
(default: V7.70-1). Use the 'ROSSUM_CORE_VERSION'
environment variable to configure an alternative
default without having to specify it on each
invocation of rossum


as stated there, the default is to use V7.70-1. For your R-30iB+, that would probably need to be set to V9.10-1.

Could you check you did that?

You can find the currently configured core version in the build.ninja file in the build folder of your rossum workspace.

workspace (look for the /ver argument to ktransw.cmd near the top of the file (under build rules).