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It should be possible to build the console on the RPI by following the instructions for Linux to build the AllJoyn standard library and then the console application. But I am wondering why you want to do this. The best place to run the console is on a desktop PC or notebook. It uses AllJoyn to communicate with the running AllJoyn.js application on the PRI and allows for over-the-air installation of new scripts and debugging using alert and print function calls in the JS code and direct inspection of JS objects.