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VisionSDK_S32V2_RTM_1_3_0 problems

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alan13341313
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While reading VisionSDK_S32V2_RTM_1_3_0 userguide. Some questions occurred at 3.3.1 and 3.3.2. 

3.3.1 General Preparation
Export necessary environment variables:
o export ARCH=arm
▪ Target architecture
o export CROSS_COMPILE=aarch64-linux-gnu-
▪ Compiler prefix specification
o export LINUX_S32V234_DIR=/linux/sources/directory/for/s32v234/    //THIS ONEEEEEEEEEEE  
▪ optional, only for s32v234 Linux build
▪ Path to the Linux sources (same kernel as is running on the board)
o export PATH=/path/to/your/compiler/binaries:$PATH  //THIS ONEEEEEEE
▪ Path to the compiler binaries

Can some one give me an real example?

3.3.2 Building the Kernel Modules
Following kernel modules can be built:
• apex.ko:
s32v234_sdk/libs/apex/drivers/kernel/build-v234ce-gnu-linux-d

I got this           '' Please define LINUX_S32V234_DIR pointing to kernel directory . ''

If it the same thing as 3.3.1 , a real example plz.

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bpe
NXP TechSupport
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On my Linux machine, I have the kernel provided by Automotive BSP in
this directory:

/home/adas/work/S32V/BSP/21.0/build_s32v234sbc/tmp/work/s32v234sbc-fsl-linux/linux-s32/4.19-r0/git/

so LINUX_S32V234_DIR shell variable assignment will look like this:

export LINUX_S32V234_DIR=/home/adas/work/S32V/BSP/21.0/build_s32v234sbc/tmp/work/s32v234sbc-fsl-linux/linux-s32/4.19-r0/git/

VSDK installed the tools for Linux target to

/home/adas/work/S32V/VisionSDK_S32V2_RTM_1_3_0_HF1/compilers/gcc-6.3.1-linaro-Xarmv8-linux/i686-linux/bin/

VSDK installer updates your ~/.profile automatically so all tools
should be there in your PATH. You need to update it manually only
if you have broken your environment:

export PATH=/home/adas/work/S32V/VisionSDK_S32V2_RTM_1_3_0_HF1/compilers/gcc-6.3.1-linaro-Xarmv8-linux/i686-linux/bin:$PATH

Note, merely copying this to your machine is unlikely to work since the
exact paths depend on where and how you installed various packages and, if you are working with Yocto,
what you specified after -m to  nxp-setup-alb.sh


Have a great day,
Platon

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