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ODU-L FHI library build

Rajisha
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Hi

We are trying to build ODU-L project and we could build wls_lib and FAPI library.

To build FHI_Lib, we need to set MLOG_DIR, we are not able to find any 'mlog' folder.

We used https://gerrit.o-ran-sc.org/r/o-du/phy.git and https://github.com/intel/FlexRAN.git to clone the code.

We tried setting the MLOG_DIR as /home/user/new_odu/phy/fhi_lib/app/src:/home/user/new_odu/phy/fhi_lib/lib/api, but we see below error.

[user@IA-platform fhi_lib]$ ./build.sh
Number of commandline arguments: 0
MLOG folder is set. Enable MLOG (MLOG_DIR=/home/user/new_odu/phy/fhi_lib/app/src:/home/user/new_odu/phy/fhi_lib/lib/api)
Building xRAN Library
LIBXRANSO = 0
MLOG = 1
============================================================================================
Building ./build/libxran.so
RTE_TARGET = x86_64-native-linuxapp-icc
============================================================================================
[BUILD] lib : libxran
[CC] /home/user/odu-low/phy/fhi_lib/lib/ethernet/ethdi.o
In file included from /home/user/odu-low/phy/fhi_lib/lib/ethernet/ethdi.c(67):
/home/user/odu-low/phy/fhi_lib/lib/api/xran_mlog_lnx.h(28): catastrophic error: cannot open source file "mlog_lnx.h"
#include <mlog_lnx.h>
^

compilation aborted for /home/user/odu-low/phy/fhi_lib/lib/ethernet/ethdi.c (code 4)
make: *** [build/obj//home/user/odu-low/phy/fhi_lib/lib/ethernet/ethdi.o] Error 4
"make $COMMAND_LINE MLOG=${MLOG} LIBXRANSO=${LIBXRANSO}" command exited with code 2.
[user@IA-platform fhi_lib]$

 

we are following this link: https://docs.o-ran-sc.org/projects/o-ran-sc-o-du-phy/en/latest/Setup-Configuration_fh.html#a-4-insta...

 

Regards,

Rajisha

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