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CCS/TMDSCSK388: TMDSCSK388

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Part Number: TMDSCSK388

Tool/software: Code Composer Studio

Hi,

I want build u-boot for TMDSCSK388 in CSS but I unable to do right way to do this, I saw training video (https://training.ti.com/linux-board-porting-series-module-6-building-u-boot-ccs?cu=399066)  and follow the steps but this video is for any other board, please help to build u-boot for TMDSCSK388.

Thank you so much.

Regard 

Engr. Rizwan 

Rizwan

  • Hi Rizwan,

    Do you use IPNC RDK 3.9.1?

    If yes, then this is the video you need to follow, should be similar for DM38x u-boot. There is no special video training for DM38x u-boot CCS build.

    Regards,
    Pavel



  • In reply to Pavel Botev:

    okay.
    Thanks for reply...!

    Rizwan

  • In reply to Pavel Botev:

    I need help to compile source for tmdscsk388, I was able to create the boot able SD card, booting the device from NAND flash without any change to source. Now I wish to modify the IPNC application only and compile. For testing purpose, I changed the GUI image in ( <path-to-ipnc-install-dir> /Source/ipnc_rdk/ipnc_app/webdata/gui/vLabs/img ) folder of ipnc_app. I kept the image name as exactly same. Recompilation was successful but change doesn't happen. Can you please help me to compile the ipnc_app with some very little changes. I shall be obliged.

    Thank you....!


    Regards

    Engr. Rizwan Khalid

    Rizwan

  • In reply to Rizwan Khalid:

    Rizwan,

    This thread is regarding u-boot build under CCS. If you have more questions regarding u-boot build under CCS, please let me know.

    For another issues, please open new e2e thread.

    Regards,
    Pavel



  • In reply to Pavel Botev:

    thanks for giving me your time,

    sir

    Right now I want change this(in figure below) web interface GUI according to our project requirements, please tell me how to do this...?

    Thanks in Advance

    Regard

    Engr. Rizwan Khalid

    Rizwan

  • In reply to Rizwan Khalid:

    For another issues (different than u-boot CCS build), please open new e2e thread.



  • In reply to Pavel Botev:

    Hi,
    I follow this this video(training.ti.com/linux-board-porting-series-module-6-building-u-boot-ccs, and try to build u-boot using CCS, now I have problem with gcc path, when go to properties > Environment and then set the path it show 2 error (1. Program "g++" not found in PATH 2. Program "gcc" not found in PATH) using ipnc_rdk-3.9.1,
    please tell me how to solve this problem.

    Thank you.

    Regard
    Rizwan Khalid

    Rizwan

  • In reply to Rizwan Khalid:

    Sir Pavel Botev please reply,
    I am waiting for your reply,
    please give me your some time to solve this problem.
    thanks
    regard
    Rizwan Khalid

    Rizwan

  • In reply to Rizwan Khalid:

    Rizwan,

    Which PATH did you set?

    In the example provided, they set {SDK}/linux-devkit/bin:

    While for DM38x IPNC you should set:
    IPNC_RDK_3.9.1/Source/ti_tools/linux_devkit/gcc-linaro-5.3-2016.02-x86_64_arm-linux-gnueabihf/bin:

    Regards,
    Pavel



  • In reply to Pavel Botev:

    Thanks for your reply,
    In CSS I goto Project... then > C/C++ > Makefile Project with Existing Code > click next > select u-boot using path (cd <path to ipnc-intstall-dir>/Source/ti_tools/ipnc_psp_arago)
    and
    and set the path IPNC_RDK_3.9.1/Source/ti_tools/linux_devkit/gcc-linaro-5.3-2016.02-x86_64_arm-linux-gnueabihf/bin:
    but it show 2 error (1. Program "g++" not found in PATH 2. Program "gcc" not found in PATH) using ipnc_rdk-3.9.1.
    Please help me to solve this problem.
    thanks

    Regard
    Rizwan

    Rizwan

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