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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
I was install adpet runtime and utilitise ARMRaspberry Pi package on ARM64. pi@NanoPi-NEO2:~$ uname -m aarch64 ERROR: pi@NanoPi-NEO2:~$ djtgcfg enum Illegal instruction process: 1、I try to install adpet runtime and utilitise by digilent.adept.runtime_2.17.1-armhf.deb digilent.adept.utilities_2.2.1-armhf.deb pi@NanoPi-NEO2:~$ sudo dpkg -i digilent.adept.runtime_2.17.1-armhf.deb dpkg: error processing archive digilent.adept.runtime_2.17.1-armhf.deb (--install): package architecture (armhf) does not match system (arm64) Errors were encountered while processing: digilent.adept.runtime_2.17.1-armhf.deb 2、add architecture armhf sudo dpkg --add-architecture armhf sudo apt-get update 3、install libusb and libstdc++6:armhf 4、 pi@NanoPi-NEO2:~$ djtgcfg enum Illegal instruction
Hello. I am working with an Atlys board. I am trying to transfer a bitstream file and a linux image to the SPI flash. In windows I remember doing it from the flash tab in the Adept application. Now I am working on a linux computer and I've installed the Adept 2 runtime and utilities. I've read the man pages for the 3 utilities (dadutil, djtgcfg and dsumecfg) but it is still not clear to me if it is posible to transfer to SPI flash using these utilities. Is it?