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  • Linux SDK Install Error - command not found

    I am trying to install the SDK under ubuntu 13.04. The makefile gets quite far but errors-out on command not found. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

  • #2
    Can I know which Linux SDK version you are trying to install?

    You can also refer below thread.
    Last edited by pradeep_setty; 04-26-2013, 07:07 AM.


    • #3
      SDK Version

      The SDK version is June 2 2011. I know there's a new but this should work, right?


      • #4
        From Ubuntu 12.04V onwards the kernel version is 3.2. In this version the library will install in /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/ depend upon architecture. When we try to install linux_sdk or below vesion in above Ubuntu vesions, host tools will try to build 'ccmake' using cmake-2.8.0 using library ncurses(Curses). Since cmake tools will search for ncurses library in '/usr/lib/' (default) path fails to find ncurses library and installation will fails by display error FATAL 'ERROR: Could not build host tools' or ' Error - command not found'.

        TO over come above error Please fallow below steps, which creates softlink for ncurses library.

        1. Create softlink
        $sudo ln -s /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/ /usr/lib/

        2. Remove existing files from target directory(installation directory).

        eg : linux_sdk$ rm -rf *

        3. Start fresh installation

        eg: linux_sdk$ /mnt/mount_point/

        The above bug will be addressed in future release of the Linux SDK.
        Last edited by pradeep_setty; 04-29-2013, 07:07 AM. Reason: Added some more information


        • #5
          Still having the problem of the cross compile bombing out with command not found. It appears the make file is looking for a shell script in the linux directory. A find -name from the root directory returns nothing This shell script does not exist on this machine.

          I used the default configuration profile per he Quick Start Guide.


          • #6
            Did tried with fresh installation after creating soft-link?

            $sudo ln -s /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/ /usr/lib/

            Note: Linux SDK will support only 32-bit OS.