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Incorrect checksum for bios_setuplinux_5_32_04.bin, OMAP35x DVSDK Beta 1
I'm having trouble downloading DVSDK Beta 1 for OMAP35x EVM.
After downloading the file bios_setuplinux_5_32_04.bin and running md5sum on it, I got 07dd4482bc120ad16535cd840e741b9d. But according to the file md5sum.list, I should get 3109b41cf64130905e0de3def91fbae9. I tried downloading with two different browsers on a Windows PC, then tried on a Linux PC. Still I got the same incorrect checksum. When I tried to install with the downloaded file, I got an error message: "application-specific initialization failed: bad end of central directory record".
Am I the only one having this problem? I assume many people must have downloaded the DVSDK, and I don't see any complaint about the problem. Any idea why this is happening?
Thanks in advance,
This is a known issue, the file that is currently posted on the OMAP updates site is damaged, the updates site team is working to get the file updated.
In the mean time you should be able to obtain the file from https://www-a.ti.com/downloads/sds_support/targetcontent/bios/bios_5_32/sabios-i08/bios_setuplinux_5_32_04.bin
Thank you for pointing this out.
Thank you Bernie for the timely response, and you are welcome ;-)
Yep, the link worked and the installation was successful. I wish TI support had given me this link when I contacted them earlier...
PS: I noticed a little inconsistency between the DVSDK Getting Started manual and the message that popped up after C6X CGT installation was finished. In the manual, the path to bin is set to the environment variable C6X_C_DIR, but it's not in the pop-up.
I am glad to hear that the install worked for you, I apologize for the delay from support.
As to the inconsistency, I would go with the setting in the getting started guide, I am not sure if the message from the CGT installer is useful, I believe the path you are defining with C6X_C_DIR will be used by other scripts in the DVSDK so it is seperate from what the CGT themselves would be suggesting.
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