I download OMAPL137_arm_setuplinux_1_00_00_11.bin on (Ubuntu 12.4) directory "/home/yut/Download"
then I try to install it as following
yut@ubuntu:~/Downloads$ su root
root@ubuntu:/home/yut/Downloads# ./OMAPL137_arm_setuplinux_1_00_00_11.bin --mode console
bash: ./OMAPL137_arm_setuplinux_1_00_00_11.bin: Permission denied
I input root password successly and enter the root directory, why it keep tell me Permision denied?
Thank you very much
What version of Linux is your HOST running? I believe these SDK installers are supported on Ubuntu 10.4.
Try # sudo ./OMAPL137_arm_setuplinux_1_00_00_11.bin
# chmod 777 *
Be sure to refer to this page for more info.
Please refer to the wiki that Dave has mentioned to resolve your issue.
Just a small clarification. The DVSDK installers for OMAPL138 are supported only on Ubuntu 10.4. but incase of OMAPL137 SDK, the setup of the software was verified on host machines with RedHat Enterprise Linux WS release 4.
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Do you mean OMAPL137 SDK only work on host machines with RedHat Enterprise Linux WS release 4?
I use ubuntu 12.4, do I need back to 10.4? or I need use readhat?
The pre-requisite has been posted there to inform user that the steps mentioned on the wiki have been validated only on the mentioned version of the linux distribution. You may be able to do the same on your Ubuntu setup but the commands and the location of some of the files/folders may be different in Ubuntu.
From support point of view it is recommended that you use redhat version mentioned on the wiki.
Both way do not work
# sudo ./OMAPL137_arm_setuplinux_1_00_00_11.bin
I do this two way on same directory OMPL137_arm_setuplinux_1_00_00_11.bin stored.
Do you know why?
Thomas, I would not expect this to work on Ubuntu 12.4. I would look for a RedHat version mentioned in the WIKI.
NOTE: Normally the TI SDK distributions are built and validated with the Ubuntu 10.4 host environment
One thing I would like to suggest as well...OMAP-L138 is a very good alternative option to the L-137 and has more up to date s/w support.
Could you consider OMAP-L138 for your project?
We are small company, can you give us some discount we buy L138 hardware? We already bought a L137 board.
Thank you very much.
Please go to
it said as follwing
At the time of writing the current version of Ubuntu is 9.04. To install Ubuntu 9.04 on the host machine please refer to the this page
Make sure your Ubuntu system is up-to-date:
I wonder if you mean all your wiki paper should works when I use Ubuntu 12.04? or I need go back Ubuntu 9.04?
Thank you vey much
Following the Ubu 12.04 setup on this page worked for me : http://processors.wiki.ti.com/index.php/Linux_Host_Support#Ubuntu_12.04_64bit
sudo apt-get install ia32-libs
sudo apt-get install libjpeg62:i386
...then proceed with installation as you have tried before (sudo ./Omap~###~.bin)
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