this is how my recipe looks like:

nganpet@nganpet-PROLINE-DQ35JOE:~/overo-oe/$ more


PE = "1"
PV = "1_65_00_03"
PV_dot = ""
PV_major = "1_65"

PV_DL_PATH = "DSPLink/${PV_major}/${PV}/${PV_dot}"

SRC_URI += "file://dsplink-BKL-fix.patch"

SRC_URI[dsplinktarball.md5sum] = "1bda596b631bd2f517edc70f6be4f2ca"
SRC_URI[dsplinktarball.sha256sum] = "4b1bda89bd8465b887f5bcdf7b95018bc1d1f8968c0

If different from yours, could you please send me your recipe so that I can substitute it in mine to try to get over this TI DSP build image?

Thank you,

On Wed, Mar 28, 2012 at 12:39 PM, Gutembert nganpet <[hidden email]> wrote:
Thank you Zoso1234,

You said: "I downloaded dsplink_linux_1_65_00_03.tar.gz from TI" could you please provide me the link for the download page? or could you email me the "dsplink_linux_1_65_00_03.tar.
gzI" file if possible? I went to but couldn't find it!


On Wed, Mar 28, 2012 at 1:15 AM, zoso1234 [via Gumstix] <[hidden email]> wrote:
Well my image is still building but it looks like I made it past the error that you guys are for that package: ti-dsplink-1_1_65_00_03..

I downloaded dsplink_linux_1_65_00_03.tar.gz from TI  and added that to the sources directory and also I then made a md5 and sha256sum for it and compared it with the recipe in the TI folder in the org/recipes/ti folder to ensure that they matched. Did you do this as well? I can list more of what I did but for that error I think maybe what I have listed would solve it. If you downloaded a different tar I think you could get away with it but you would probably have to check to see if there is a recipe for it or make one for it. and also check the to see what version of the dsplink is perferred.

Hope this helps


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