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PROCESSOR-SDK-DRA8X-TDA4X: missing folder: /out/J7/A72/LINUX/release/*.out

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Dear experts,

I'm following the steps on "Vision apps user guide" and I run this command in step 3 in Run Instruction: make linux_fs_install_sd

I got the following error:

As you can see bellow, there is no folder named 'out' in vision_apps directory 

Do you have any idea where I can find /ou/J7/A72...?

Thanks,

Brahim

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  • In reply to Brahim Salh:

    Hi Brahim,

    The permissions of your SD card appear correct.

    Can you re-download the 6.02 PSDKLA and re-copy the tisdk-rootfs-image-j7-evm.tar.xz to your ~/psdk_rtos_auto_j7_06_02_00_21 folder and try installing again?  It looks like the possibly the permissions of the tarred file system could be incorrect.

    Regards,

    Lucas

  • In reply to Lucas Weaver:

    Hi Lucas,

    The installation of rootfs to sd card is done successfully (It's too strange, I didn't make any change)

    But I still have the same error just in the next step to untar psdk_rtos_auto_ti_data_set_06_02_00.tar.gz 

    Thanks,

    Brahim

  • In reply to Brahim Salh:

    Hello Brahim,

    Can you try running "sudo chmod 777 -R /media/<user>/rootfs/opt/vision_apps/" and trying again?  If you still see the same issue, you could try extracting the tar file locally and then copying the extracted folder onto the SD card.

    Regards,

    Lucas

  • In reply to Lucas Weaver:

    Hi Lucas,

    I tried with chmod command but it doesn't work. I also tried cp command by extracting files locally and copying them onto the sd card but it has the same problem (read-only file system), I also tried to remount the rootfs partition in read-write mode but it doesn't work.

    When I run the command tar --strip-components=1 -xf ${PSDKRA_PATH}/psdk_rtos_auto_ti_data_set_06_02_00.tar.gz or the cp command, It doesn't show the error directly, it works a little bit and copies more than 300 files and then it stops and show that error.

    It's been a week that I'm trying with this.

    Regards,

    Brahim

  • In reply to Brahim Salh:

    Hi Brahim,

    Per our discussion over email, we will take this offline and post the results here.

    Regards,

    Lucas

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