Search the Community
Showing results for tags 'cygwin'.
I'm trying to install the Linux Runtime under cygwin on a Windows 10 platform. Getting this message on the first library file: I checked to make sure lib64/libdabs.so exists, and it does, so I don't understand the error. Could this be a privileges issue? I am the administrator on the PC. Do I need to do something to run with root privilege? I did install the SDK without this problem. Hope someone can help. Thanks, Vic
First, I'm using Cygwin on a Windows 10 platform to compile and run a utility program that loads a bit file into the serial Flash PROM of a CmodS6 board. The SDK version is Windows v2.4.2, using lib64. The source code is not my own, but comes from -https://github.com/ZipCPU/s6soc/tree/master/sw/host and the specific program is zipload.exe Under Cygwin, all the source code compiles properly. When it is run, a call is made to DmgrEnumDevices() to enumerate any Digilent boards found. Even though the CmodS6 is connected to the PC with USB, it is not enumerated, DmgrEnumDevices() return
Folks, I'm forced to use a win7 host for something (I've been a desktop linux-only for about 15 years). I'm working with an analog discovery 2 kit and wanted to develop using vi on cygwin which is quite lovely. Start with this post, https://www.codefull.org/2015/12/installing-scipy-numpy-and-matplotlib-under-cygwin/ after you install numpy, pip exits without errors but continuing install results in a lapack error something like this from numpy.linalg import lapack_lite, _umath_linalg you need to add /usr/lib/lapack to your PATH. export PATH=$PATH:/usr/lib/lapack