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system-console: Which files/folders are required to deploy an application?

covfefe
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Hello,

I have an application that does calls to system-console (ex: device_download_sof, device commands, etc...) to Intel FPGAs.

 

What is required to deploy an application relying on this? Is there an executable version of the system-console I could include? Or delete several folders/files? Right now the system-console folder is very large, and has a lot of files

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sstrell
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You could create a toolkit, but that still requires the System Console executable.

If you're looking for this to be completely standalone, I'm not sure that's possible.

SyafieqS
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Hi Raphael,


Isolated executable i dont think possible. But, in with system console, you can create toolkit with tcl and its libraries


SyafieqS
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Hi Raphael,


Let me know if there is any update.


covfefe
New Contributor I
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Thank you @SyafieqS . Other question:

Is it possible to run the system-console in CLI command line mode (without the GUI)? 

Is it possible to run it hidden (without a new window getting created)? 

 

I am using Windows 10, system-console 12.1 sp1. I can probably use a later system-console if this feature is missing

SyafieqS
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Hi Raphael,


Is it possible to run the system-console in CLI command line mode (without the GUI)? 

- Yes possible, you can run System Console in command line mode and either work interactively or run a Tcl script. System Console prints the output in the console window.


Is it possible to run it hidden (without a new window getting created)? 

- I don't think yes as the System Console will prints responses to your commands in the terminal window. 


covfefe
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@SyafieqS , could you point me to a document or link that can guide me through the correct settings to use for using the System Console in command line mode? 

I wasn't able to find it

SyafieqS
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SyafieqS
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Hi Raphael,


May I know if there is any update?


SyafieqS
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We do not receive any response from you to the previous reply that I have provided, thus I will put this case to close pending. Please post a response in the next 15 days to allow me to continue to support you. After 15 days, this thread will be transitioned to community support. The community users will be able to help you with your follow-up questions. 


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