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EZSDK is not so easy...
Why is the EZSDK 5.02 for the dm8168 dependant on Ubuntu?
Where can I just get the files and sample applications? I am already setup to compile on Centos from my work with the dm6467. I don't want to re-invent my development environment just so I can look around the EZSDK and determine the effort needed to upgrade dm8168.
Additionally, my computer does not have the need resources to host another virtual box.
try to install it with --forcehost.
EDIT: Be aware that some of the examples and libraries need a lot of memory resources when building them (up to 1G or greater). So make sure you have enough. You might want to increase your swap partition.
Sorry it took so long to get back to you. The forcehost option worked.
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