AR# 14084


Virtex-II Pro Developer's Kit - Error: "make[2]: /bin/powerpc-eabi-gcc: Command not found, make: *** [sw] Error 2"


Keywords: Virtex-II, Pro, developer, make, powerpc-eabi-gcc, 2, found

Urgency: Standard

General Description:
When I run the design examples in the Virtex-II Pro Developer's Kit, an error occurs that relates to the "make" software:

"mkdir -p sys/mem
make -C C:/XILINX/V2PDK/source/sw/apps/hello_uart hello_debug_v2pdk
make[1]: Entering directory `/cygdrive/c/XILINX/V2PDK/source/sw/apps/hello_uart'

/bin/make v2pdk/debug/hello.elf \
BUILDDIR=v2pdk/debug \
BSP=C:/XILINX/V2PDK/source/sw/libs/bsp/v2pdk/debug/bsp.a \
CFLAGS="-Wall -gdwarf -msdata=eabi -mcpu=403 -IC:/XILINX/V2PDK/source/sw/libs/bs
p/include -DV2PDK -DDEBUG" \
make[2]: Entering directory `/cygdrive/c/XILINX/V2PDK/source/sw/apps/hello_uart'

Linking application v2pdk/debug/hello.elf
/bin/powerpc-eabi-gcc -Wall -gdwarf -msdata=eabi -mcpu=403 -IC:/XILINX/V2PDK/sou
rce/sw/libs/bsp/include -DV2PDK -DDEBUG -Wl,-T,C:/XILINX/V2PDK/source/sw/mapfile
s/mapfile6 -u _boot -o v2pdk/debug/hello.elf v2pdk/debug/hello.o C:/XILINX/V2PDK
make[2]: /bin/powerpc-eabi-gcc: Command not found
make[2]: *** [v2pdk/debug/hello.elf] Error 127
make[2]: Leaving directory `/cygdrive/c/XILINX/V2PDK/source/sw/apps/hello_uart'
make[1]: *** [hello_debug_v2pdk] Error 2
make[1]: Leaving directory `/cygdrive/c/XILINX/V2PDK/source/sw/apps/hello_uart'
make: *** [sw] Error 2"


This error occurs when the XILINX_GNUTOOLS variable is not set to the correct value.

It should be set to the location in which the GNU tools were installed.

For example:

C:\Xilinx\GNU_STD (Windows)
/V2PDK/tools/solaris/gnu (Solaris)

To set the variable:

Windows 2000/NT:
- Right-click on the "My Computer" icon on the desktop.
- Scroll down to and select "Properties."
- Select the Advanced tab.
- Select the "Environment Variables" button.
- Add a variable called "XILINX_GNUTOOLS" with a value of the path to where the tools were installed in the user variables section.

- Add "setevn XILINX_GNUTOOLS <path>" to your user configuration file (.cshrc, if you use C-shell) (You must log out and log back in for the change to take effect); you may also simply type this in the terminal you will use.
AR# 14084
日期 09/30/2008
状态 Archive
Type 综合文章
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