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Re: [microblaze-uclinux] Error building v0.40-rc2
Sorry if this is a repeat. However, a lot of things where done with the
v0.30-rc1 to get it to build which caused a lost page from my notes
which stated how to correct the problem (note I'm very frustrated with
dropping the ball on this). My real thought here was to demonstrate
what happens with the new distro if the shortest, least interactive
startup took place. If this was wrong, I apologies. But just a
suggested if I may, change to the default settings of the hardware,
maybe to something other than >Vendor selection>Petalinux but to Vendor
selection>Xilinx which then allows a successful quick trial building of
the environment. Or maybe adding a few words in the "Quick Start Guide"
to this effect. It would help assure first time users that a baseline
works. Particularly before adding hardware build configurations that
are not part of the default distro.
Michal Simek wrote:
Chris Robson wrote:
simply untarring the distro, running make menuconfig and then make the
following error occurs, what needs to be done to
microblaze-uclinux-gcc -Wa,-gstabs -D__ASSEMBLY__ -g -Os -D__KERNEL__
-DTEXT_BASE=0x23fc0000 -I/petalinux-dist/u-boot/include -fno-builtin
-ffreestanding -nostdinc -isystem
-pipe -ffixed-r31 -D__microblaze__ -mno-xl-soft-mul -mno-xl-soft-div
-mxl-barrel-shift -mcpu=v4.00.a -c -o asm.o
In file included from
#error UART not defined
this is the same error as was discussed sometimes.
Please look at your hw design. Go there and rerun
make -f system.make libsclean
make -f system.make libs
The problem is that you use any older design which don't have updated Kconfig.auto for U-BOOT
support. I'll take a look at it too.
The second way is of course disable U-BOOT in menuconfig.
gcc -g -Wall -pedantic -idirafter ../include -DTEXT_BASE=0x23fc0000
-DUSE_HOSTCC -O -c mkimage.c
make: *** [hello_world.o] Error 1
make: Leaving directory
make: *** [examples] Error 2
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