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Galileo Gen2: error 000E - Quark_EDKII_v1.2.1/Pkg/Pkg.dsc

AInte
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Dear all,

I am trying to build the Intel Quark Board Support Package using the current version (BSP_Sources_and_Docs_for_Intel_Quark_v1.2.1.zip) on my Ubuntu 15.19 (3.16.0-34-generic # 47-Ubuntu SMP Fri Apr 10 18:02:58 UTC 2015 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux). I am using gcc (Ubuntu 5.2.1-22ubuntu2) 5.2.1 20151010 and I am following the Build and Software User Guide shipped with the package.

Running the following command the compilation processs seems to finish correctly:

./buildallconfigs.sh GCC46 /usr/bin/ QuarkPlatform

However, when trying to build a single EDKII firmware build (page 13) using the following command:

./quarkbuild.sh -d32 GCC46 QuarkPlatform

I am getting the following error:

build.py...

: error 000E: File/directory not found in workspace

/home/andre/tmp/galileo/new_BSP/Quark_EDKII_v1.2.1/Pkg/Pkg.dsc

- Failed -

Build end time: 15:53:04, Apr.06 2016

Build total time: 00:00:00

 

I was trying different solutions and searched online but couldn't find an answer to the problem. Any suggestions?

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idata
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Hi an.schall,

 

 

Checking the BSP guide, I see that you used the GCC path in the following command: ./buildallconfigs.sh GCC46 /usr/bin/ QuarkPlatform. However, in the next command you didn't use it. I recommend you to specify what the GCC path is like described in page 13, for example: ./quarkbuild.sh -d32 GCC46 /usr/bin/ QuarkPlatform

 

 

Regards,

 

Diego

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idata
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Hi an.schall,

 

 

Checking the BSP guide, I see that you used the GCC path in the following command: ./buildallconfigs.sh GCC46 /usr/bin/ QuarkPlatform. However, in the next command you didn't use it. I recommend you to specify what the GCC path is like described in page 13, for example: ./quarkbuild.sh -d32 GCC46 /usr/bin/ QuarkPlatform

 

 

Regards,

 

Diego

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