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I'm using zombienet 1.3.43 and I built the Polkadot binary locally. I'm using macbook pro M1.

config.toml:

[settings]
timeout = 1000

[relaychain]
default_command = "./bin/polkadot"
default_args = [ "-lparachain=debug" ]
chain = "rococo-local"

  [[relaychain.nodes]]
  name = "alice"
  ws_port = 9900
  validator = true

I get this error:

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I have tested with previous versions of zombienet, the process finishes without any error in console:enter image description here

Error in log:

2023-04-20 11:19:19.442  INFO main sc_cli::runner: Parity Polkadot    
2023-04-20 11:19:19.443  INFO main sc_cli::runner: ✌️  version 0.9.37-645723987cf    
2023-04-20 11:19:19.443  INFO main sc_cli::runner: ❤️  by Parity Technologies <[email protected]>, 2017-2023    
2023-04-20 11:19:19.443  INFO main sc_cli::runner: 📋 Chain specification: Rococo Local Testnet    
2023-04-20 11:19:19.443  INFO main sc_cli::runner: 🏷  Node name: alice    
2023-04-20 11:19:19.443  INFO main sc_cli::runner: 👤 Role: AUTHORITY    
2023-04-20 11:19:19.443  INFO main sc_cli::runner: 💾 Database: RocksDb at /var/folders/lc/2st7lfb94fl0_1mp5jl2s8c80000gq/T/zombie-0a02cef3367fa8a9f482d4d088ce1a17_-34666-EbTf4ChDfnO1/alice/data/chains/rococo_local_testnet/db/full    
2023-04-20 11:19:19.443  INFO main sc_cli::runner: ⛓  Native runtime: rococo-9370 (parity-rococo-v2.0-0.tx18.au0)    
Error: 
   0: [91mFailed to get runtime version: cannot deserialize module: UnknownOpcode(192)[0m

Backtrace omitted. Run with RUST_BACKTRACE=1 environment variable to display it.
Run with RUST_BACKTRACE=full to include source snippets.
2023-04-20 11:19:20.512  WARN main wasm-runtime: Cannot create a runtime error=Other("cannot deserialize module: UnknownOpcode(192)")

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The issue is not with Zombienet, is with your binary.

You have to downgrade to nightly 1.68 and build your binary again. See this previous StackExchange discussions where this was fixed: Cannot run substrate on a fresh macbook m2

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    It worked, thank you.
    – Ruben G
    Apr 21, 2023 at 13:10

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