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alt_timestamp_start() return -1

Altera_Forum
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hi 

i build nios system with timer and set the bsp (timestamp,timer) 

compile is ok 

but when i run the alt_timestamp_start() get -1 

and alt_timestamp() also return -1 

 

!! the nticks() work good 

 

i read post from 2005 

""I can't see it clearly, but I think you set both your sys_clk_timer and timestamp_timer to be timer0? Can you disable the sys_clk_timer instead? Also remember to press the generate button."" 

i was do this mistake too should i fix this ?? 

 

i fix that ""sys_clk_timer and timestamp_timer can not be timer0?"" i disable the sys_clk_timer on the bsp editor  

 

tzahi
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Balle2
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""I can't see it clearly, but I think you set both your sys_clk_timer and timestamp_timer to be timer0? Can you disable the sys_clk_timer instead? Also remember to press the generate button."" 

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