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Broken Galcore after update (Utilite Pro i.MX6Q / ArchLinux ARM)

Question asked by Jeff Berube on Apr 28, 2014
Latest reply on Apr 29, 2014 by Jeff Berube

I had the whole board setup and working. I have ArchLinux ARM installed on there and I downloaded the hard float BSP (BSP 3.0.35 4.0.0) here :

 

Index of /bsp/freescale/source/

 

The first time around when I had it working for a couple months, I had simply ran the .bin and it unpacked all the stuff that needed to go in the /usr/lib and /usr/include folders. Copied all the files to the appropriate directories and then chmod 666 /dev/galcore and I was able to run my application.

 

Now, I had to run

 

pacman -Syu

 

and it updated a bunch of stuff including the linux-utilite headers I believe. Anyways, I've tried to go through the same steps again except this time it's not working at all. Executing the .bin now simply gives me:

 

Welcome to Freescale

ERROR:

 

And when I try to execute my program, I get a segmentation fault in /usr/lib/libGAL.so. The segmentation fault comes from gcoHAL_QueryChipCount(). The solution to this for me used to simply be chmod 666 /dev/galcore but that doesn't work anymore.

 

Any help troubleshooting this would be greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks.

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