PLEASE READ FIRST: Keystone I & II Multicore Forum Usage Guidelines

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Welcome to the TI E2E forum. I hope you will find many good answers here and in the TI.com documents and in the TI Wiki Pages (for processor issues). Be sure to search those for helpful information and to browse for the questions others may have asked on similar topics (e2e.ti.com).

Welcome to the Keystone Multicore Forum!

This forum is for issues with keystone devices its peripherals as well as any SDK used on keystone platforms, including:

1. Processor SDK RTOS
2. MCSDK (Multicore Software Development Kit)
3. Desktop Linux SDK
4. MCSDK Video

Please check Learn More About Keystone Multicore Devices for more resources

When asking a question, please include:

Which version of Processor SDK RTOS/MCSDK you are using
Which processor and board platform (EVM & its revision) you are using
If relevant, the version of your components
If relevant, which version of the compiler and Code Composer Studio you are using
If the issue happens with a specific API, please provide the source code used
If the issue happens at run-time, please provide a detailed description of the problem and the expected behavior.
Provide attach relevant Message Log or Kernel/Object View debug info or screen captures of the real time analysis tools.

Thanks and Best Regards,
TI Keystone Forum

Regards,
Rajasekaran K
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PLEASE READ FIRST: Keystone I & II Multicore Forum Usage Guidelines
Learn More About Keystone Multicore Devices: Resources for Keystone Devices

Please download the latest Processor SDK for Keystone I & II devices(C665x, C667x, K2H, K2E, k2G & K2L) and follow the migration guide from here.
Please download the latest MCSDK 3.x for Keystone II devices(K2H, K2K, K2L, K2G & K2E) and the follow user guide from here.
Please download the latest MCSDK 2.x for Keystone I devices(C6657/70/78) and the follow user guide here.

2 Replies

  • Hi Raj,

    Note:- Ti-k2g-evm it will support bitbake, because i modified build/conf/local.conf -> machine name k2g-evm its getting error.

    ERROR:  OE-core's config sanity checker detected a potential misconfiguration.
        Either fix the cause of this error or at your own risk disable the checker (see sanity.conf).
        Following is the list of potential problems / advisories:

        MACHINE=k2g is invalid. Please set a valid MACHINE in your local.conf, environment or other configuration file.

  • Guru 80005 points

    In reply to raghu reddy36:

    Please start a new thread in Keystone /Linux Forum for appropriate response. Thank you.

    Regards,
    Rajasekaran K
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    Don't forget to click the Verify Answer button if this post answers your question.
    PLEASE READ FIRST: Keystone I & II Multicore Forum Usage Guidelines
    Learn More About Keystone Multicore Devices: Resources for Keystone Devices

    Please download the latest Processor SDK for Keystone I & II devices(C665x, C667x, K2H, K2E, k2G & K2L) and follow the migration guide from here.
    Please download the latest MCSDK 3.x for Keystone II devices(K2H, K2K, K2L, K2G & K2E) and the follow user guide from here.
    Please download the latest MCSDK 2.x for Keystone I devices(C6657/70/78) and the follow user guide here.