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ManishShakya
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Mr_GustavoCosta
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I'm trying to change my display resolution in Ubuntu. I'm using a AUO LVDS Display 800x600 and there is only the option 1024x768. Can anybody tell me what can I do to change it?

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Oceanblue
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Hi, can anybody can help on how to add GPIO as keypad for WinCE6 based on MX51EVK?

 

     Following we have added two GPIO (GPIO_PORT3_2 and GPIO_PORT4_9), into power button program, but system can not run it normally, following is our program:

//------------------------------------------------------------------------------
//
//  Copyright (C) 2008-2009, Freescale Semiconductor, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
//  THIS SOURCE CODE, AND ITS USE AND DISTRIBUTION, IS SUBJECT TO THE TERMS
//  AND CONDITIONS OF THE APPLICABLE LICENSE AGREEMENT
//
//------------------------------------------------------------------------------
//
//  File:  pwrbutton.c
//
//  This file contains driver support for the power button.
//
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
#pragma warning(push)
#pragma warning(disable: 4115 4201 4204 4214)
#include <windows.h>
#include <ceddk.h>
#pragma warning(pop)

#include "bsp.h"
#include "pmic.h"

//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// External Functions


//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// External Variables


//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Defines

// EVK power button is SW1.  SW1 drives SYS_ON_OFF_REQ signal tied to EIM_A27.
// EIM_A27 can be muxed as GPIO2_21.  Configure definitions to use GPIO2_21 for
// power button events.
#define BSP_PWRBTN_IOMUX_PIN                    DDK_IOMUX_PIN_EIM_A27
#define BSP_PWRBTN_IOMUX_PAD                    DDK_IOMUX_PAD_EIM_A27
#define BSP_PWRBTN_GPIO_PORT                    DDK_GPIO_PORT2
#define BSP_PWRBTN_GPIO_PIN                     21
#define BSP_PWRBTN_GPIO_IRQ                     IRQ_GPIO2_PIN21

//GPIO3_2
#define BSP_BTN1_IOMUX_PIN                    DDK_IOMUX_PIN_DI1_PIN13
#define BSP_BTN1_IOMUX_PAD                    DDK_IOMUX_PAD_DI1_PIN13
#define BSP_BTN1_GPIO_PORT                    DDK_GPIO_PORT3
#define BSP_BTN1_GPIO_PIN                     2
#define BSP_BTN1_GPIO_IRQ                     IRQ_GPIO3_PIN2

//GPIO4_9
#define BSP_BTN2_IOMUX_PIN                    DDK_IOMUX_PIN_CSI2_D12
#define BSP_BTN2_IOMUX_PAD                    DDK_IOMUX_PAD_CSI2_D12
#define BSP_BTN2_GPIO_PORT                    DDK_GPIO_PORT4
#define BSP_BTN2_GPIO_PIN                     9
#define BSP_BTN2_GPIO_IRQ                     IRQ_GPIO4_PIN9

// BSP_PWRBTN_DEBOUNCE_SAMPLE_MSEC specifies the time between
// sampling of power button value. 
#define BSP_PWRBTN_DEBOUNCE_SAMPLE_MSEC         10      // 10 msec
//  BSP_PWRBTN_DEBOUNCE_SUSPEND_MSEC specifies the minimum
// assertion time for detecting that the user wants to suspend the system.
#define BSP_PWRBTN_DEBOUNCE_SUSPEND_MSEC        100     // 100 msec
// BSP_PWRBTN_DEBOUNCE_OFF_MSEC specifies the minimum
// assertion time for detecting that the user wants to power off the system.
#define BSP_PWRBTN_DEBOUNCE_OFF_MSEC            2000    // 2 sec
// BSP_PWRBTN_DEBOUNCE_IGNORE_MSEC specifies the minimum
// time for ignoring the power button after processing the previous
// button press.
#define BSP_PWRBTN_DEBOUNCE_IGNORE_MSEC         500    // 500 msec

#define BSP_PWRBTN_THREAD_PRIORITY              152

#define BSP_Btn1BTN_THREAD_PRIORITY              152
#define BSP_Btn2BTN_THREAD_PRIORITY              152


//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Types


//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Global Variables


//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Local Variables
static HANDLE g_hPwrBtnThread;
static HANDLE g_hPwrBtnEvent;
static DWORD g_dwPwrBtnSysIntr = (DWORD)SYSINTR_UNDEFINED;

static HANDLE g_hBtn1Thread;
static HANDLE g_hBtn1Event;
static DWORD g_dwBtn1SysIntr = (DWORD)SYSINTR_UNDEFINED;

static HANDLE g_hBtn2Thread;
static HANDLE g_hBtn2Event;
static DWORD g_dwBtn2SysIntr = (DWORD)SYSINTR_UNDEFINED;

//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
// Local Functions
static DWORD WINAPI PwrBtnThread (LPVOID lpParam);
static DWORD WINAPI Btn1Thread (LPVOID lpParam);
static DWORD WINAPI Btn2Thread (LPVOID lpParam);
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
//
//  Function:  DllEntry
//
//  This function is an optional method of entry into a DLL. If the function
//  is used, it is called by the system when processes and threads are
//  initialized and terminated, or on calls to the LoadLibrary and
//  FreeLibrary functions.
//
//  Parameters:
//      hinstDLL
//          [in] Handle to the DLL. The value is the base address of the DLL.
//
//      dwReason
//          [in] Specifies a flag indicating why the DLL entry-point function
//          is being called.
//
//      lpvReserved
//          [in] Specifies further aspects of DLL initialization and cleanup.
//          If dwReason is DLL_PROCESS_ATTACH, lpvReserved is NULL for
//          dynamic loads and nonnull for static loads. If dwReason is
//          DLL_PROCESS_DETACH, lpvReserved is NULL if DllMain is called
//          by using FreeLibrary and nonnull if DllMain is called during
//          process termination.
//
//  Returns:
//      When the system calls the DllMain function with the
//      DLL_PROCESS_ATTACH value, the function returns TRUE if it
//      succeeds or FALSE if initialization fails.
//
//      If the return value is FALSE when DllMain is called because the
//      process uses the LoadLibrary function, LoadLibrary returns NULL.
//
//      If the return value is FALSE when DllMain is called during
//      process initialization, the process terminates with an error.
//
//      When the system calls the DllMain function with a value other
//      than DLL_PROCESS_ATTACH, the return value is ignored.
//
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
BOOL WINAPI DllEntry(HINSTANCE hDllHandle, DWORD  dwReason,
                           LPVOID lpreserved)
{
    // Remove-W4: Warning C4100 workaround
    UNREFERENCED_PARAMETER(lpreserved);

    switch (dwReason)
    {
    case DLL_PROCESS_ATTACH:
        DisableThreadLibraryCalls((HMODULE) hDllHandle);
        break;

    case DLL_PROCESS_DETACH:
        break;

    default:
        break;
    }
   
    return TRUE;
}
      

//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
//
//  Function:  Init
//
//  This function initializes the power button driver.  Called by the Device Manager to
//  initialize a device.
//
//  Parameters:
//      None.
//
//  Returns:
//      Returns TRUE if successful, otherwise returns FALSE.
//
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
BOOL Init(void)
{
    BOOL rc = FALSE;
    DWORD dwIrq;
       
    // Configure GPIO signal for power button events
    DDKIomuxSetPinMux(BSP_PWRBTN_IOMUX_PIN, DDK_IOMUX_PIN_MUXMODE_ALT1, DDK_IOMUX_PIN_SION_REGULAR);
    DDKIomuxSetPadConfig(BSP_PWRBTN_IOMUX_PAD, DDK_IOMUX_PAD_SLEW_NULL, DDK_IOMUX_PAD_DRIVE_NULL, DDK_IOMUX_PAD_OPENDRAIN_NULL, DDK_IOMUX_PAD_PULL_NONE, DDK_IOMUX_PAD_HYSTERESIS_ENABLE, DDK_IOMUX_PAD_INMODE_NULL, DDK_IOMUX_PAD_OUTVOLT_NULL);
    DDKGpioSetConfig(BSP_PWRBTN_GPIO_PORT, BSP_PWRBTN_GPIO_PIN, DDK_GPIO_DIR_IN, DDK_GPIO_INTR_HIGH_LEV);
    DDKGpioClearIntrPin(BSP_PWRBTN_GPIO_PORT, BSP_PWRBTN_GPIO_PIN);

 ///gpio3_2
    DDKIomuxSetPinMux(BSP_BTN1_IOMUX_PIN, DDK_IOMUX_PIN_MUXMODE_ALT1, DDK_IOMUX_PIN_SION_REGULAR);
    DDKIomuxSetPadConfig(BSP_BTN1_IOMUX_PAD, DDK_IOMUX_PAD_SLEW_NULL, DDK_IOMUX_PAD_DRIVE_NULL, DDK_IOMUX_PAD_OPENDRAIN_NULL, DDK_IOMUX_PAD_PULL_NONE, DDK_IOMUX_PAD_HYSTERESIS_ENABLE, DDK_IOMUX_PAD_INMODE_NULL, DDK_IOMUX_PAD_OUTVOLT_NULL);
    DDKGpioSetConfig(BSP_BTN1_GPIO_PORT, BSP_BTN1_GPIO_PIN, DDK_GPIO_DIR_IN, DDK_GPIO_INTR_FALL_EDGE);
    DDKGpioClearIntrPin(BSP_BTN1_GPIO_PORT, BSP_BTN1_GPIO_PIN);

 //gpio4_9
    DDKIomuxSetPinMux(BSP_BTN2_IOMUX_PIN, DDK_IOMUX_PIN_MUXMODE_ALT1, DDK_IOMUX_PIN_SION_REGULAR);
    DDKIomuxSetPadConfig(BSP_BTN2_IOMUX_PAD, DDK_IOMUX_PAD_SLEW_NULL, DDK_IOMUX_PAD_DRIVE_NULL, DDK_IOMUX_PAD_OPENDRAIN_NULL, DDK_IOMUX_PAD_PULL_NONE, DDK_IOMUX_PAD_HYSTERESIS_ENABLE, DDK_IOMUX_PAD_INMODE_NULL, DDK_IOMUX_PAD_OUTVOLT_NULL);
    DDKGpioSetConfig(BSP_BTN2_GPIO_PORT, BSP_BTN2_GPIO_PIN, DDK_GPIO_DIR_IN, DDK_GPIO_INTR_FALL_EDGE);
    DDKGpioClearIntrPin(BSP_BTN2_GPIO_PORT, BSP_BTN2_GPIO_PIN);

    // Create event for IST signaling
    g_hPwrBtnEvent = CreateEvent(NULL, FALSE, FALSE, NULL);
    if(g_hPwrBtnEvent == NULL)
    {
        ERRORMSG(TRUE, (TEXT("%s(): failed to create IST event\r\n"),  __WFUNCTION__));
        goto cleanUp;
    }
    g_hBtn1Event = CreateEvent(NULL, FALSE, FALSE, NULL);
    if(g_hBtn1Event == NULL)
    {
        ERRORMSG(TRUE, (TEXT("%s(): failed to create IST event\r\n"),  __WFUNCTION__));
        goto cleanUp;
    }
    g_hBtn2Event = CreateEvent(NULL, FALSE, FALSE, NULL);
    if(g_hBtn2Event == NULL)
    {
        ERRORMSG(TRUE, (TEXT("%s(): failed to create IST event\r\n"),  __WFUNCTION__));
        goto cleanUp;
    }
    // Register the GPIO IRQ
    dwIrq = BSP_PWRBTN_GPIO_IRQ;
    if (!KernelIoControl(IOCTL_HAL_REQUEST_SYSINTR, &dwIrq, sizeof(dwIrq), &g_dwPwrBtnSysIntr, sizeof(g_dwPwrBtnSysIntr), NULL))
    {
        ERRORMSG(TRUE, (TEXT("%s(): failed to map irq into sys intr\r\n"),  __WFUNCTION__));
        goto cleanUp;
    }
   
    if (!InterruptInitialize(g_dwPwrBtnSysIntr, g_hPwrBtnEvent, NULL, 0)) {
        ERRORMSG(TRUE, (TEXT("%s(): failed to register sys intr\r\n"),  __WFUNCTION__));
        goto cleanUp;
    }

    // Configure power button as wake source
    if (!KernelIoControl(IOCTL_HAL_ENABLE_WAKE, &g_dwPwrBtnSysIntr, sizeof(g_dwPwrBtnSysIntr), NULL, 0, NULL))
    {
        ERRORMSG(TRUE, (TEXT("%s(): failed to register as wake source\r\n"),  __WFUNCTION__));
        goto cleanUp;
    }

    //gpio3_2
    dwIrq = BSP_BTN1_GPIO_IRQ;
    if (!KernelIoControl(IOCTL_HAL_REQUEST_SYSINTR, &dwIrq, sizeof(dwIrq), &g_dwBtn1SysIntr, sizeof(g_dwBtn1SysIntr), NULL))
    {
        ERRORMSG(TRUE, (TEXT("%s(): failed to map irq into sys intr\r\n"),  __WFUNCTION__));
        goto cleanUp;
    }
   
    if (!InterruptInitialize(g_dwBtn1SysIntr, g_hBtn1Event, NULL, 0)) {
        ERRORMSG(TRUE, (TEXT("%s(): failed to register sys intr\r\n"),  __WFUNCTION__));
        goto cleanUp;
    }

 //gpio4_9
 dwIrq = BSP_BTN2_GPIO_IRQ;
    if (!KernelIoControl(IOCTL_HAL_REQUEST_SYSINTR, &dwIrq, sizeof(dwIrq), &g_dwBtn2SysIntr, sizeof(g_dwBtn2SysIntr), NULL))
    {
        ERRORMSG(TRUE, (TEXT("%s(): failed to map irq into sys intr\r\n"),  __WFUNCTION__));
        goto cleanUp;
    }
   
    if (!InterruptInitialize(g_dwBtn2SysIntr, g_hBtn2Event, NULL, 0)) {
        ERRORMSG(TRUE, (TEXT("%s(): failed to register sys intr\r\n"),  __WFUNCTION__));
        goto cleanUp;
    }

    // Create IST for power button interrupts
    g_hPwrBtnThread = CreateThread(NULL, 0, PwrBtnThread, NULL, 0, NULL);     
    if (!g_hPwrBtnThread)
    {
        ERRORMSG(TRUE, (_T("CreateThread failed for power button driver!\r\n")));
        goto cleanUp;
    }
    else
    {
       CeSetThreadPriority(g_hPwrBtnThread, BSP_PWRBTN_THREAD_PRIORITY);
    }
 
    g_hBtn1Thread = CreateThread(NULL, 0, Btn1Thread, NULL, 0, NULL);     
    if (!g_hPwrBtnThread)
    {
        ERRORMSG(TRUE, (_T("CreateThread F6 failed!\r\n")));
        goto cleanUp;
    }
    else
    {
       CeSetThreadPriority(g_hBtn1Thread, BSP_Btn1BTN_THREAD_PRIORITY);
    }
 g_hBtn2Thread = CreateThread(NULL, 0, Btn2Thread, NULL, 0, NULL);     
    if (!g_hPwrBtnThread)
    {
        ERRORMSG(TRUE, (_T("CreateThread F7 failed !\r\n")));
        goto cleanUp;
    }
    else
    {
       CeSetThreadPriority(g_hBtn2Thread, BSP_Btn2BTN_THREAD_PRIORITY);
    }
    rc = TRUE;

cleanUp:

    return rc;

}


//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
//
//  Function:  Deinit
//
//  This function deinitializes the power button driver.  Called by the Device Manager to
//  deinitialize a device.
//
//  Parameters:
//      None.
//
//  Returns:
//      Returns TRUE.
//
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
BOOL Deinit(void)
{
    // Power button driver is never unloaded.  This entry point is only defined
    // to meet minum requirements of the stream interface.
    return TRUE;
}


//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
//
//  Function:  PwrBtnThread
//
//  This is the interrupt service thread for the power button driver. 
//
//  Parameters:
//      lpParam
//          [in] Thread data passed to the function using the
//          lpParameter parameter of the CreateThread function. Not used.
//
//  Returns:
//      Returns thread exit code.
//
//-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
static DWORD WINAPI PwrBtnThread (LPVOID lpParam)
{
    UINT32 msec, start;
    UINT32 pinVal;
    WCHAR szState[MAX_PATH];
    DWORD dwStateFlags = 0;
   
    // Remove-W4: Warning C4100 workaround
    UNREFERENCED_PARAMETER(lpParam);
   
    // IST loop for servicing power button interrupts
    while (WaitForSingleObject(g_hPwrBtnEvent, INFINITE) != WAIT_FAILED)
    {
        // Capture start time of button press
        start = GetTickCount();

        // Query current system power state to determine if we are resuming
        // from suspend
        GetSystemPowerState(szState, MAX_PATH, &dwStateFlags);
       
        // Avoid requesting power state transition if the system is resuming from
        // suspend.  In such cases the POWER_STATE_SUSPEND flag will be set.
        if (!(POWER_STATE(dwStateFlags) & POWER_STATE_SUSPEND))
        {
            // Keep track of how long button is pressed
            msec = 0;

            // Loop to sample power button pin
            do
            {
                // Sleep between samples
                Sleep(BSP_PWRBTN_DEBOUNCE_SAMPLE_MSEC);

                // Read current power button pin
                DDKGpioReadDataPin(BSP_PWRBTN_GPIO_PORT, BSP_PWRBTN_GPIO_PIN, &pinVal);

                // Check if button is still pressed
                if (pinVal)
                {
                    // Update how long button is pressed
                    msec = GetTickCount() - start;
                }
           
            // Loop terminates if button is released or time to power off
            // system is reached
            } while (pinVal && (msec < BSP_PWRBTN_DEBOUNCE_OFF_MSEC));

            // Check if button press indicates user wants to power off the
            // system
            if (msec >= BSP_PWRBTN_DEBOUNCE_OFF_MSEC)
            {
                // Powering off the system through hardware requires the
                // two EVK SYS_ON_OFF_CTL signals to be deasserted.  One of
                // these signals is driven by the PMIC, the other by CPU.
                // Request for the PMIC SYS_ON_OFF_CTL signal to be
                // deasserted.  During OEMPowerOff, the OAL will take
                // care of the other SYS_ON_OFF_CTL to complete the
                // power off.
                PmicRegisterWrite(MC13892_PWR_MISC_ADDR,
                                  CSP_BITFVAL(MC13892_REG_MISC_PWGT2SPIEN, 1),
                                  CSP_BITFMASK(MC13892_REG_MISC_PWGT2SPIEN));

                // Since we are powering off, disallow the power button from
                // generating wake events that may disrupt powering off the
                // system.
                KernelIoControl(IOCTL_HAL_DISABLE_WAKE, &g_dwPwrBtnSysIntr, sizeof(g_dwPwrBtnSysIntr), NULL, 0, NULL);

                // Note that we could use SetSystemPowerState to request
                // POWER_STATE_OFF, but this state is not supported by
                // the default Power Manager.  Instead, we just let
                // the code fall through to generate a POWER_STATE_SUSPEND
                // request and allow the OAL power off the system
                // in OEMPowerOff.
            }


            // Check if button press indicates user wants to suspend the
            // system
            if (msec >= BSP_PWRBTN_DEBOUNCE_SUSPEND_MSEC)
            {
                SetSystemPowerState(NULL, POWER_STATE_SUSPEND, POWER_FORCE);           
            }
        }
       
   
        // After handling the button press, delay before servicing new button
        // interrupts to prevent from bouncing into suspend again
        Sleep(BSP_PWRBTN_DEBOUNCE_IGNORE_MSEC);
       
        // Clear and reenable button interrupts
        DDKGpioClearIntrPin(BSP_PWRBTN_GPIO_PORT, BSP_PWRBTN_GPIO_PIN);
        InterruptDone(g_dwPwrBtnSysIntr);
    }
   
   
    return 0;
}

static DWORD WINAPI Btn1Thread (LPVOID lpParam)
{
    UINT32 pinVal;
 
    // Remove-W4: Warning C4100 workaround
    UNREFERENCED_PARAMETER(lpParam);
 while (WaitForSingleObject(g_hPwrBtnEvent, INFINITE) != WAIT_FAILED)
 {

     Sleep(20);

        // Read current power button pin
        DDKGpioReadDataPin(BSP_BTN1_GPIO_PORT, BSP_BTN1_GPIO_PIN, &pinVal);

                // Check if button is still pressed
        if (!pinVal)
        {
           //send key message
           keybd_event(VK_F6, 0, 0, 0);
        }
 
 for(;;)
 {
  DDKGpioReadDataPin(BSP_BTN1_GPIO_PORT, BSP_BTN1_GPIO_PIN, &pinVal);
  if(pinVal)
  {
   keybd_event(VK_F6,0,KEYEVENTF_KEYUP,0);
   break;
  }
  
 }
     // Clear and reenable button interrupts
        DDKGpioClearIntrPin(BSP_BTN1_GPIO_PORT, BSP_BTN1_GPIO_PIN);
        InterruptDone(g_dwBtn1SysIntr);
 }
  
    return 0;
}
static DWORD WINAPI Btn2Thread (LPVOID lpParam)
{
    UINT32 pinVal;
 
    // Remove-W4: Warning C4100 workaround
    UNREFERENCED_PARAMETER(lpParam);
 while (WaitForSingleObject(g_hPwrBtnEvent, INFINITE) != WAIT_FAILED)
 {
     Sleep(20);

        // Read current power button pin
        DDKGpioReadDataPin(BSP_BTN2_GPIO_PORT, BSP_BTN2_GPIO_PIN, &pinVal);

                // Check if button is still pressed
        if (!pinVal)
        {
           //send key message
           keybd_event(VK_F7, 0, 0, 0);
        }
        for(;;)
 {
  DDKGpioReadDataPin(BSP_BTN2_GPIO_PORT, BSP_BTN2_GPIO_PIN, &pinVal);
  if(pinVal)
  {
   keybd_event(VK_F7,0,KEYEVENTF_KEYUP,0);
   break;
  }
  
 }
     // Clear and reenable button interrupts
        DDKGpioClearIntrPin(BSP_PWRBTN_GPIO_PORT, BSP_PWRBTN_GPIO_PIN);
        InterruptDone(g_dwBtn2SysIntr);
 }
  
    return 0;
}

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EREng
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Does anyone know if their is any work done on adding USBOH3 support to uboot?
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SanjayG
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hi everybody,

i need small help regarding speech recognition in LINUX On i.MX51 or i.MX25 

   i'm using Ubuntu 9.04  and i'm trying to implement Speech recognition on the Target i.MX51..

can you please help me in  selecting a speech recognition software (If its a open source it will be fine) for my board and if you have already implemented this on any one fo the i.mX processors with LINUX  ,then help me in doing this.......

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ErnieAguilar
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>>One last question: what do we do about the hundreds >> of warning messages that came up during the build? Well, I suppose since you are now an active member of the Freescale open source community, we welcome you to fix them and send us the .patch file!!! :-) Just joking.
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RafaelG_Lopez
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I followed Ernie Aguilar notes, and it worked! Thank you Ernie! I got some errors during the LONG build process, but I think I can find the solution for that (apparently I don't have gperf) But the main issue about not having the proper version of Java was solved! I will see what I need to do about "gperf", and comment later on if I get stuck again. Thanks again to Ernie and also to Eric Gregory. Their comments were accurate and very helpful. I hope the Freescale team is paying attention to this, for whomever is trying to build Android for the iMX EVK. They need to update their build instructions. So far so good. One last question: what do we do about the hundreds of warning messages that came up during the build? In my days, a warning message had to be resolved, or else it would quickly turn into an error message...... Rafael Lopez
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RafaelG_Lopez
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Addendum: Regarding previous comment, the following is what I get using Ernie's notes: rlopez@rlopez-laptop:~$ java -version && javac -version java version "1.5.0_19" Java(TM) 2 Runtime Environment, Standard Edition (build 1.5.0_19-b02) Java HotSpot(TM) Server VM (build 1.5.0_19-b02, mixed mode) The program 'javac' can be found in the following packages: * openjdk-6-jdk * ecj * gcj-4.4-jdk * gcj-4.3 Try: sudo apt-get install I conclude that my system does not have javac, and it does have java 1.5.0_19 I will try install javac, but wouldn't java 1.5.0-19 suffice for java 1.5? Thanks,
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RafaelG_Lopez
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Has anyone in this group followed the instructions from Freescale for building Linux and also building Android on the EVK? Any comments? Any special steps needed when receiving error messages during the build process? Once we are running Ubuntu 0912 on the EVK, what if we do a System Update directly from the EVK, connected to the web. Will it load the newest version of Ubuntu? Or will it crash?
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ErnieAguilar
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@Rafael G. Lopez The following info is somewhere on the Android developers page too, but here goes.... Setting up Java 1.5 on Ubuntu 9.10 (Karmic) Android requires Java 1.5 in order to build, however Ubuntu 9.10 (Karmic) only installs Java 1.6 and has even gone so far as to remove all ability to access Java 1.5. In order to have access to Java 1.5 packages we must first tell Ubuntu to look into the older 9.04 (Juanty) builds. Edit the file /etc/apt/sources.list with: deb http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ jaunty main restricted universe multiverse deb-src http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ jaunty main restricted universe multiverse Then execute the following apt command to download the Java 1.5 bin/jdk/jre all at once: sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install sun-java5-jdk Execute the following command to force the system to use Java 1.5 instead of Java 1.6: sudo update-alternatives --config java This will display a numerical list of Java versions that may be used. Choose the version with 1.5 in the name. You will also need to do the exact same thing for the javac version: sudo update-alternatives --config javac This should now utilize Java 1.5 instead of Java 1.6. You will still have access to Java 1.6 if required just reverse the two previous commands and choose the one with 1.6 in the list. You can verify the operational status by calling: java -version && javac -version --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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RafaelG_Lopez
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Has anyone built the Android 8.1 source package for the iMX51EVK? Towards the end, when you build the last part (the Android source), I got an error message saying I don't have the Java 1.5 installed on my system. Yet the link provided in the instructions doesn't exist anymore (http://source.android.com/download) Any suggestions? Which version of Java should I install to be able to build the Android source? Where in my Linux system should I install it? Thank you.
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