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autorun-vpu.sh

Question asked by grim on Oct 19, 2015
Latest reply on Jun 9, 2016 by vikash patil

I'm trying to test the VPU in my system and every time I run 'autorun-vpu.sh' I get the following output.

 

 

root@imx6solosabresd:/unit_tests# ./autorun-vpu.sh

Checking for devnode: /dev/mxc_vpu

autorun-vpu.sh: PASS devnode found: /dev/mxc_vpu

 

Running test case: ./mxc_vpu_test.out -C config_dec

/unit_tests/test-utils.sh: line 11: ./mxc_vpu_test.out: No such file or directory

autorun-vpu.sh: FAIL test case: ./mxc_vpu_test.out -C config_dec

 

autorun-vpu.sh: Exiting FAIL

 

 

It doesn't seem to matter if I run this on a SabreSD board, our custom imx6 solo or imx6 quad board.

I built the binaries with Fido distribution of Yocto (fsl-image-machine-test).

All of the other tests I've ran seem to work.... except for this one.

 

Anybody else have this issue? How did you get around it?

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