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[microblaze-uclinux] Fwd: Troubleshooting installation of ICAP drivers
I'm trying to get a uClinux self reconfiguring system to work using
the XUPV2P development board. I know from the posts here that it is
possible, but I'm having some trouble with the implementation.
I'm using the XAPP730 and XAPP934 which provides a pre-build VMware
image of CentOS with the uClinx development environment preinstalled.
Unfortunately, I don't have a lot of experience with Linux, so please
excuse me if I ask simple questions. I'm using ISE 8.2 and EDK 8.2
since the app notes are targeted to these versions, but I plan on
using ISE 8.1.1_PR (partial reconfiguration) and EDK 8.1 so that I can
use Plan Ahead to support partial reconfiguration.
I've had success generating an auto-config.in in EDK, compiling the
uClinux kernel, and applying it to the board. My problems start when
I try to apply the ICAP drivers patch. In the XAPP730 image, the
uClinux distribution is at 'home/devel/uclinux/scr/uClinux-dist/' and
the kernel source is at 'home/devel/uclinux/scr/uClinux-2.4.x/' with a
symbolic mapping of the kernel as uClinx-dist/linux-2.4.x.
I believe the patch is supposed to be installed at the directory of
the uClinux kernel (in this case:
home/devel/uclinux/scr/uClinux-2.4.x/). I copied the ICAP drivers
posting and pasted it into a text file, I called ICAP.diff. I made
sure the ICAP.diff file had the proper format by using dos2unix
(although I don't think it was necessary). From
'home/devel/uclinux/scr/uClinux-2.4.x/' I then ran 'patch <
When I ran patch, it do not think I had a smooth install. It asked me
to help if find the file drivers/misc/Config.in (although it was in
the proper place) and all of the other files were created and dumped
in the /uClinux-2.4.x directory. Should these files be located at the
paths indicated in the diff file?
Now I've having problems with make xconfig, but before I go into those
problems, I want to make sure I installed the patch properly.
Thanks for your help,
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