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Re: [microblaze-uclinux] problem using the petalinux-new-platform script
I've made it work but I don't know why? If I run it as a shell script it works:
$ source petalinux-new-platform -v Xilinx -p Spartan3E500-RevD -k
Anyone who knows why I have to do this?
On Nov 12, 2007 7:43 PM, Roger Jönsson <roger.jons@xxxxxxxxx
No, I've tried it and that doesn't seem to be the problem. I'll keep looking...
On Nov 12, 2007 6:49 PM, Cor Venner <
a quick guess!
Perhaps the "-" in "Spartan3E500-RevD" is considered as the begining of a new option. I
can't verify it myself at this moment.
Best regards, Cor
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Sent: Monday, November 12, 2007 4:21
Subject: [microblaze-uclinux] problem
using the petalinux-new-platform script
This is probably a newbie question, I'm trying
to configure petalinux for a custom HW and when I run the
petalinux-new-platform script I get
petalinux-new-platform -v Xilinx -p Spartan3E500-RevD -k
23: function: not
petalinux-new-platform [-force] [-k kernelver ] [-v vendor] -p
platform The name of the new platform
parameters (and default value):
-v vendor Vendor name for new board
-k kernelver Kernel version '2.4' or '
-force Force overwriting
an existing platform if required (no).
exit: 35: Illegal number:
Any idea of what the error might