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Syslink issue when migrating to new SDK
We are trying to migrate to new SDK 5_02_01_59.We are able to compile vc3 application using the new SDK. But we are having an issue related to syslink when trying to execute the application.We recompiled syslink.ko but hitting same issue.
Given below the errors we are getting.
Bitrate: 2000 kbps, framerate 30 fpsAssertion at Line no: 445 in /usr/local/ezsdk/v5_02_01_59/compone
../../../ti/syslink/ipc/hlos/knl/Linux/SharedRegionDrv.c: (heapHandle != NULL) :
Assertion at Line no: 1344 in /usr/local/ezsdk_latest/component-sources/omx-ti81
s/usr/HeapMemMP.c: (hpHandle != NULL) : failed
DmmDelegate_createIpcHeap :Name = OmxRpcRcmServer_MsgQ_1_3, type = 0
vc3_a8host_debug.xv5T: DmmDelegateHeap.c:196: DmmDelegate_createIpcHeap: Asserti
on `(heapHandle != 0)' failed.
AbortedPlease suggest how we can go about it.
Thanks and Regards,
I believe that you have posted this in the wrong forum. This forum is for Bluetooth low energy / CC2540 questions.
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