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Part Number: PROCESSOR-SDK-DRA8X-TDA4X
I have two issues with the new Linux SDK.
1. sdk_install.sh error
The execution of the script was successful but there were some errors.
I attached the log.
2. U-boot compilation errors
Compilation of u-boot using make u-boot command does not succeed.
I was able to fix the errors by changing the names of the gcc toolchain binaries in the linux-devkit/sysroots/x86_64-arago-linux/usr/bin directory.(I removed -none- from the binaries names)
I attached the log from the compilation.
Hi Adam,2. You have done the exact fix needed. So you are good on that.1. I have seen them as well. There are no evident side effects of that. Let me know if you face any issues from that.Best Regards,Keerthy
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In reply to Keerthy J:
Are there any plans to release patch for the #2 issue or will this be fixed in the next SDK release?
In reply to Adam Kubiak:
Adam,There is no intermittent plan to fix that. It will be fixed in the next SDK release.Hope you can resolve the issue?- Keerthy
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