|Subject:||Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Split-function implementation of 802.11g OFDM PHY and MAC on USRP2|
|Date:||Wed, 31 Aug 2011 00:45:46 +0100|
>Doing anything other than *what is absolutely necessary* as *root* is a bad idea. Poor form. Entirely-ordinary things like compiling code
>should always be done as a regular user. Learn to use and understand Unix ownership/permissions rules, so you don't end up in silly
>situations like this again.
Ok, thank you for the advise Marcus, but it seemed as the easiest thing to do at that moment. I think it was faster than changing the permission for a number of directories, but I may be wrong.
>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 understand
>that sometimes, when there are two equally-good "choices" to be made in generating the LUTs, the toolchain simply picks randomly from
>among the choices. I have no idea if this is the case here.
What do you mean by toolchain? Do you mean different Xilinx_ISE version 12.x (I am using 12.4)? I can understand the random choice of two equally-good.
By the way, the file sizes are the same, 842.3 KB, but when using diff and mb5sum they show different.
Thanks for help! I really appreciate it!
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