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ubuntu 14.04 uuu tool issue

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zhaocq
Contributor II

ubuntu 14.04 using uuu tool to download images encounter the below error, it seems tools can not find uuu. Could you tell me how to install uuu, i have download uuu attached file?

root@zhaocq-Lenovo:/home/zhaocq/imx8qm_mek/android_p9.0.0_2.1.0-auto-ga_image_8qmek# ./uuu_imx_android_flash.sh -f imx8qm
This script is validated with uuu 1.2.91 version, please align with this version.
dual bootloader is supported
dtbo is supported
dual slot is supported
generate lines to flash partition-table.img to the partition of gpt
generate lines to flash spl-imx8qm.bin to the partition of bootloader0
generate lines to flash bootloader-imx8qm.img to the partition of bootloader_a
generate lines to flash dtbo-imx8qm.img to the partition of dtbo_a
generate lines to flash boot.img to the partition of boot_a
generate lines to flash system.img to the partition of system_a
generate lines to flash vendor.img to the partition of vendor_a
generate lines to flash vbmeta-imx8qm.img to the partition of vbmeta_a
generate lines to flash bootloader-imx8qm.img to the partition of bootloader_b
generate lines to flash dtbo-imx8qm.img to the partition of dtbo_b
generate lines to flash boot.img to the partition of boot_b
generate lines to flash system.img to the partition of system_b
generate lines to flash vendor.img to the partition of vendor_b
generate lines to flash vbmeta-imx8qm.img to the partition of vbmeta_b
uuu script generated, start to invoke uuu with the generated uuu script
./uuu_imx_android_flash.sh: 行 524: uuu: 未找到命令

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edwardtyrrell
Contributor V

Hi, 

Looks like your original question has not been answered.. How to get uuu, check this link: https://emteria.com/kb/uuu-linux  The link will also show you how to add uuu to your path so the uuu_imx_andriod_flash.sh will find it. Check in a terminal by simply typing uuu (return/enter). You may have an issue with 14.04 it is quite old; recently I was forced to get another machine on 20.04 to use modern tools. Hope this helps..

 

 

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zhaocq
Contributor II

Thanks for your reply, it's ok

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joanxie
NXP TechSupport
NXP TechSupport

you need add your uuu path in the command, the simple solution is that add "./" before "uuu" in the 524 lines of uuu_imx_android_flash.sh

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Kusuma
Contributor I

Im also facing same issue.

i have added the path also using ./ but still i have error

/android-12.0.0_1.0.0_image_8mmevk$ sudo ./uuu_imx_android_flash.sh -f imx8mm -a -e -u trusty
This script is validated with uuu 1.4.182 version, it is recommended to align with this version.
dtbo is supported
dual slot is supported
dynamic parttition is supported
vendor_boot parttition is supported
generate lines to flash u-boot-imx8mm-trusty.imx to the partition of bootloader0
generate lines to flash partition-table.img to the partition of gpt
generate lines to flash dtbo-imx8mm.img to the partition of dtbo_a
generate lines to flash boot.img to the partition of boot_a
generate lines to flash vendor_boot.img to the partition of vendor_boot_a
generate lines to flash vbmeta-imx8mm.img to the partition of vbmeta_a
generate lines to flash super.img to the partition of super
uuu script generated, start to invoke uuu with the generated uuu script
./uuu_imx_android_flash.sh: line 758: uuu: command not found

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