|Re: Building 4diac FORTE for Wago issue [message #1807932 is a reply to message #1807685]
||Wed, 12 June 2019 18:58
| Radu Voju
Registered: April 2019
Milan Vathoopan wrote on Thu, 06 June 2019 07:28|
As mentioned in the help file " The binary can be found in the directory .../ptxproj-xxxx/platform-wago-pfc200/buid-target/forte_wago-xxx-build/src. The binary can be either copied to the target device /usr/bin directory or you can build your own custom linux image by performing <ptxdist go>; command in your ptxproj-2.2.20 directory and boot with your own custom firmware" . This is the normal procedure. But we have some constraints here, first for copying a binary directly onto the device, your device firmware should be up to date and should be of the same version as the BSP version which wago provides. Please refer to the Wago official documentation for this. And second, if you have no input/output modules, Probably try un-checking Wago KBus (Because I guess this will expect some kind of modules and if it does not find , may throw segmentation fault ) . You can do this by deleting -DFORTE_MODULE_WagoKbus=ON options or assigning OFF.
Hope this helps
The binary file was copied by the procedure mentioned by you above. I also have received finally some documentation from Wago support , but topics regarding BSP are missing. I also tried google it, but anything important found. So I even find myself in trouble , comparing version of BSP from Wago and the one from the project build on the PC. Nothing found how to check version from Wago hardware.
On the second point, I have attached two module of I/O from the beginning.
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