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  • #64751

    Sean
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    Renee,

    I think we have a misunderstanding here. When you say the link above, do you mean this:

    I extracted the “Minimorph Development Kit v1.9” file downloaded from the website “https://www.imgtec.com/downloadconfirmation.asp?SDK=Minimorph%20Development%20Kit%20v1.9&Title=Minimorph%20Development%20Kit%20v1.9”

    I cannot see any other reference to links in your discussion.

    If that is what you mean, when that file is unpacked, the following files are available:

    61-imgtec-slaveboot.rules
    flow_programmer.ldr
    flow.ub
    hostboot-Minimorph_1_0-rel009-CentOS_5.7.tar.gz
    hostboot-Minimorph_1_0-rel009-CentOS_6.0-x86_64.tar.gz
    hostboot-Minimorph_1_0-rel009-CentOS_6.0-x86.tar.gz

    As well as the following tarballs. These all need unpacking (as well as one of the hostboot tarballs):

    metag-examples-Minimorph_1_0-rel009.tar.gz
    metag-linux-2D-Minimorph_1_0-rel009.tar.gz
    metag-linux-GPL-Minimorph_1_0-rel009.tar.gz
    metag-linux-wlan-Minimorph_1_0-rel009.tar.gz
    metag-uboot-GPL-Minimorph_1_0-rel009.tar.gz
    minimorph-utilities-Minimorph_1_0-rel009.tar.gz

    Once unpacked, there is only one GPL directory:
    $ ls -1
    flow_programmer.ldr
    flow.ub
    GPL
    IMG
    $ find -name "*GPL*"
    ./GPL

    Therefore it is not clear to us what you are describing.

    Once compiled (as discussed above) the files are found in GPL/buildroot/output/target/lib/ (the GPL here is the same GPL folder I have shown in my directory listing above).

    #64750

    renee
    Member

    Could you please tell me how you unpacked them? I extracted all the .tar files in the graphical interface and I got a totally different result.

    #64749

    renee
    Member

    When I say extract from the graphical interface , I mean right click the icon of the file and selected “extract here”

    #64748

    alastair
    Moderator

    It is best to extract them using a tar command as described in the manuals. I think a lot of your problems may have been caused by the graphical interface not extracting things correctly.

    #64747

    Sean
    Moderator

    For this example I will extract and build in /home/user/minimorph. You will need to adapt this for your own system.

    $ mkdir /home/user/minimorph
    $ mkdir /home/user/minimorph/tars

    When you download Minimorph_1_0-rel009.tar.gz place it in /home/user/minimorph/tars

    Extract that file:

    $ cd /home/user/minimorph/tars
    $ tar -zxvf Minimorph_1_0-rel009.tar.gz

    Then you need to extract those tarballs:

    $ cd /home/user/minimorph
    $ tar -zxf tars/metag-examples-Minimorph_1_0-rel009.tar.gz
    $ tar -zxf tars/metag-linux-2D-Minimorph_1_0-rel009.tar.gz
    $ tar -zxf tars/metag-linux-GPL-Minimorph_1_0-rel009.tar.gz
    $ tar -zxf tars/metag-linux-wlan-Minimorph_1_0-rel009.tar.gz
    $ tar -zxf tars/metag-uboot-GPL-Minimorph_1_0-rel009.tar.gz
    $ tar -zxf tars/minimorph-utilities-Minimorph_1_0-rel009.tar.gz

    Then if you look at what is in that directory you should see:

    $ ls -1 /home/user/minimorph
    flow_programmer.ldr
    flow.ub
    GPL
    IMG
    tars

    Some advice: I would suggest that you may want to brush up on some basic Linux commands before you press any further into this project. I feel you will have a hard time if you cannot use console based Linux – there is no GUI on the Minimorph. You will need to be familiar with the make build system. That said, if you follow the instructions exactly as they are in the manuals you will get a working system.

    #64746

    renee
    Member

    Thank you very much and I am really appreciate your help. I will try this latter today and I will follow your advice to learn more about Linux commands.

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