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Part Number: TMDX5535EZDSP
Tool/software: Code Composer Studio
I am trying to follow the step by step instruction on this document to build and test the speech recognition software but I get many errors.
Here is the link to the document:
When I try to build the the TIESRdemoC55 then I get the following errors:
<Linking>"../C5535.cmd", line 18: error #10263: MMR memory range has already been specified"../C5535.cmd", line 18: error #10264: MMR memory range overlaps existing memory range MMR"../C5535.cmd", line 19: error #10263: DARAM0 memory range has already been specified"../C5535.cmd", line 19: error #10264: DARAM0 memory range overlaps existing
Do you have any solution? What is the correct step?
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Seems to be something with the linker.cmd file. Did you grab the source code from the CSL located at C:\ti\c55_lp\c55_csl_3.08\demos\TIesr\c5535\TIesr_C55_demo ?
Please try with the attached file
In reply to Lalindra Jayatilleke:
Yes, I am downloaded the code from that location where the document describes. None of the steps in the document works. I was able to build the demo but now i get this error when I try to debug and run it on the board.
Do you what could cause this issue?
Is there a better document, source for the voice recognition software for this board?
Error connecting to the target:(Error -600 @ 0x0)A required dynamic library could not be located.The library isn't on the search path.(Emulation package 220.127.116.11)
In reply to farzin dinyarian64:
Yes this is a new error that I am getting. I have installed all the tools as it was explained in the document. I installed
Code Composer Studio
Is there something that I am missing? Thanks.
Please see this FAQ on TIesr http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/C5000_TI_embedded_speech_recognizer_(TIesr)_FAQ
The scripts are only meant to run on Linux.
Could you please try the attached .out file to see if it runs on the C5535?
After the .out is running on the C5535 ezdsp with a mic attached to "stereo in", press the SW2 button and the DS2 LED should flash rapidly.
At this point say the trigger phrase "T I voice trigger". The OLED should print the phrase when recognized. Clap your hands to clear the screen.
I was able to load the .out file that you sent me and it worked fine.
I would like to build my own project now and test it. How do I do that on Windows 10 machine? I send you that error that i was getting when I tried to run my project. Do you have any solution for it?
I understand that for changing the trigger phrases, we must have a Linux box. Can I send you the phrases and you can send me the binary file if it is possible?
Lastly, I am really getting behind on this project, do you have a contact number that I can call you please to discuss the technical issues?
I don't know why it fails at the location you described.
I'm able to build and run the project just fine on my PC by using the default CSL project in v3.08.
- Do you have any warnings or errors when you build the project in CCS?
- Does your CCS workspace look like this?
- Can you .zip up your TIesr project and attach here?
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