On 08/30/2011 07:19 PM, Nemanja Trecakov wrote:
Doing anything other than *what is absolutely necessary* as *root*
is a bad idea. Poor form. Entirely-ordinary things like compiling
Marcus, you were right - I did install the Xilinx ISE being
root. However, when I tried to run the same command being root,
the bash did not find the xtclsh.
The next thing I did is to include the xtclsh into the PATH in
.bashrc, but for root this time, and tried to build it as root.
And ... VOILA!
should always be done as a regular user. Learn to use and
understand Unix ownership/permissions rules, so you don't end up in
situations like this again.
Different versions of the toolchain? Also, do the Xilinx tools do
any random stuff--I'm not an expert in FPGA LUT generation, but I
I got built a .xise roject and .bin file.
However, I am not sure if I point properly to the floating
license on the uni's server, but since it built, I guess it is
HOWEVER, when testing this, by building the same fpga image
which is downloaded to usr/local/share/uhd/images/ by the
I FIND THAT THE TWO FPGA IMAGES ARE DIFFERENT.
WHAT CAN BE THE REASONS THAT TWO FPGA IMAGES ARE DIFFERENT IF
ONE IS USING THE SAME MAKEFILE?
that sometimes, when there are two equally-good "choices" to be
made in generating the LUTs, the toolchain simply picks randomly
among the choices. I have no idea if this is the case here.
Shirleys Bay Radio Astronomy Consortium