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CCS5.4.0.00091_linux bios_mcsdk problem
I install the new CCS5.4.0.00091_linux but when I try to install bios_mcsdk_02_01_02_06_setuplinux I get the following error:
Operation details Your original request has been modified. "SYS/BIOS (IDE Client)" will be ignored because a newer version is already installed. "Third-Party Components for GMF Runtime" will be ignored because a newer version is already installed. "RTSC/XDCtools (IDE Client)" will be ignored because a newer version is already installed. Cannot complete the install because some dependencies are not satisfiable com.ti.biosmcsdk.pdk.C6670.p2.feature.group [22.214.171.124] cannot be installed in this environment because its filter is not applicable.
Install logs: 2555.debugserver_126.96.36.1999_install.log
If it is a bios_mcsk team bug, please redirect to them.
have you tried adding the package using Window->Preferences->code composer studio->RTSC->products? This is a better way to manage your mcsdk and bios versions. There are dependancies you do need to be careful with ... but if specific questions on those arise I recommend the bios forum.
Also note since you are running linux .. we have found updates and packages should be installed with the same permissions and account used to install ccs. ie if you installed ccs as user .. also do the udpates as user. the main thing in consistancy.
Please keep us informed.
i think it is the same problem like in this post:
You are right. The problem is the same. Exactly. I couldn't install pdk_c6678 library. There is a log when I try to install it. And some other components has the same behaviour.
Operation details Cannot complete the install because some dependencies are not satisfiable com.ti.biosmcsdk.pdk.C6678L.p2.feature.group [188.8.131.52] cannot be installed in this environment because its filter is not applicable.
Should I open the new one task?
Thank you for your help. But could you try to reproduce the problem on you own environment?
You need to do the following steps for that:
Remove old version Code ComposerInstall the brand new version of CCS (5.4.00091 for now)Install the last one bios-mcsdk version And try to add pdk_c6678 in RTSC products and get an error
With best Regards, Ilya.
I try to install it on Windows 7 system and have success. Everything is fine. I suggest that it's a bug in linux build.
have you tried from Window-PReferences-code composer studio-rtsc-products?
I only have Ubuntu here so have limited resources to try this myself. I can confirm that we are investigating mcsdk update issues at the moment but hopefully an independent installation should be fine.
Please keep us informed.Best Regards,Lisa
Hello Lisa,Yes, I tried it. But have no result. Some products didn't add in product list some one successfuly add. Such as ndk, pdk, was failed.With best Regards, Ilya
I also hit the same problem. I am using UBUNTU 12.04. Anyone found the solution.
Manisha, Llya, could you try to install in another path? not the default one which if I remember correctly was c:/TI... you can try to install on your user (for example c:/home/pcarrillo/ti..). Let me know if this helps.
I have installed it in my /home/user/MCSDK dierctory and not the default ti directory and it shows the error mentioned above when launching CCS.
We both use Linux. I tried to set up in /home/username/ti.
after some digging here I have had it confirmed that in Linux some mcsdk components have win32 filters in P2 metadata that prevent them to be installed on anything other than windows.
This is expected to be fixed in coming versions.
Is there any news concerning this problem?
I cannot install the pdk on CCS5.4 linux version which render the platform useless...
This is fixed in the upcoming BIOS-MCSDK 2.1.3 release, which is currently targeted for the late August-September timeframe.
Are we able to modify these filters in the current distribution? Is there another way to work around this problem?
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