how to setup ltib env for imx27

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how to setup ltib env for imx27

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stevenxu
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I am using imx27,

I download the linux source for imx27 from freescale,  named LPDK_IMX27_R1_1.tar.gz.

I follow the instructions in the pdk10_imx27_Linux_UG.pdf:

Install the LTIB package not as root:

tar zxvf LPDK_iMX27_R1.tar.gz

./LPDK_iMX27_R1/install

but when i run this cmd:

cd <your LTIB directory>

./ltib -m config

the messege i get:

[steven@localhost ltib]$ ./ltib -m config

Don't have Digest::MD5, will fallback to md5sum

Don't have HTTP::Request::Common

Don't have LWP::UserAgent

Cannot test proxies, or remote file availability without both

HTTP::Request::Common and LWP::UserAgent

defined(@array) is deprecated at /home/steven/ltib/ltib/bin/Ltibutils.pm line 378.

  (Maybe you should just omit the defined()?)

Installing host support packages.

This only needs to be done once per host, but may take up to

an hour to complete ...

If an error occurs, a log file with the full output may be found in:

/home/steven/ltib/ltib/host_config.log

I check the host_config.log :

Processing platform: host support

===================================

using

Processing: rpm-fs

====================

Try rpm-4.0.4.tar.gz.md5 from the PPP

2015-11-11 10:09:38 URL:http://auslxsc01.mtwk.freescale.net/ppp//rpm-4.0.4.tar.gz.md5 [332/332] -> "rpm-4.0.4.tar.gz.md5" [1]

Error: corrupt md5 file: /tmp/rpm-4.0.4.tar.gz.md5, renamed to /tmp/rpm-4.0.4.tar.gz.md5.bad

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What can i do to fix this problem and how to build the ltib correct? thanks!

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igorpadykov
NXP TechSupport
NXP TechSupport

Hi Steven

one can delete wrong md5 sum file then create new md5 sum file

using md5 linux utility, put it in /opt/freescale/pkgs,

(do not forget to set necessary permissions)  and run ltib again.

Best regards

igor

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fabio_estevam
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

LTIB is no longer supported. I would recommend you to use something more recent as the build system, such as Yocto, Buildroot, PTXdist, etc

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