HexagonSDK126.96.36.199 installation fails due to erro on license verification
@enrico-bandera-0 I'm not sure why it doesn't show a license for you. Others outside of ModalAI have tried it and been successful. I just tried it again and I don't see that issue. Perhaps you can request support from Qualcomm? They should be able to help you download the SDK.
@Eric-Katzfey I've opened a Case on Qualcom site. They answered it was a backend problem they also detected and fixed. So I've tried again and actually it activates a license. But now the installation breaks up after a while, reporting a post install error. See attached screenshot
So I've tried launching installation with CLI tool. It produces the same error, but it addictionally ask me to install another component: Compute.Core.1.x
Shoul I also install it? Which version (it offers me 12 diferent chiches), also the option to skip (as I did)
Please let me know if this component is requested.
Here screenshot of qpm-cli output:
@enrico-bandera-0 Even though that post install step failed it may be okay. Do you see the files that it installed? Can you proceed to the next step of the process (e.g. tar the files)?
@enrico-bandera-0 You shouldn't have to install any additional things that aren't called out in the instructions.
@Eric-Katzfey thanks for your help. Anyway I guess thet even the tar archive is already unpacked since I can see this folder content:
But if I try to follow next steps:
Download and load the base Docker image from ModalAI
Use setup.sh to retrieve and load the base Docker image
Build the Docker image
Make sure the Hexagon SDK archive is in the project directory
I obtain further errors since both setup.sh and build.sh are missing
I've already done the steps in this link:
But obviously the run_docker fails, since docker image above mentioned is missing.
So I guess (and hope) just last fix is missing.
Thanks in advance.
@Eric-Katzfey the directory is shown in the shell prompt: it is /local/mnt/workspace/Qualcomm/Hexagon_SDK/188.8.131.52/
I assume this is the default installation path for Hexagon_SDK v 184.108.40.206 sinc I have not customized the installation path.
@enrico-bandera-0 In order to use the rb5-flight-px4-build-docker repo you need to clone it first to your machine. Then in the top level directory of that cloned repo you will see the scripts and can run through the instructions.
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@Eric-Katzfey thanks, I completed all steps successfully and also built the px4 image for voxl2
Thanks a lot for your help