I have now successfully installed the linux image on a SDcard on my ADSP-SC589 EZ-Board it is booting.
However, there is no DHCP networking enabled on this linux image, so I have to use the minicom.
Are there any instructions on how to set up DHCP on the ARM linux core?
The info found on google does not always apply, since this pre-configured image does not contain all networking tools.
i tried /etc/network/interfaces:
# interface file auto-generated by buildroot
iface eth0 inet dhcp
iface lo inet loopback
but it had no effect.
It seems one of my problems is that /etc/network/if-*.d are all empty.
There is a lot of info on google about linux networking, but it is all assuming a working network infrastructure is installed, which apparently is not the case here. Any suggested reading for me?
You can use "dhclient eth0" command to obtain the IP address dynamically in Linux, the instructions to enable it in Buildroot:
Target Packages ->
[Y] Show packages that are also provided by busybox
Networking applications --->
[Y] dhcp (ISC)
[Y] dhcp server
[Y] dhcp client
Please let me know if you have any quesitons, thanks a lot.
Yes, I have started looking at making a configured bulildroot instead of the rebuilt image.
However, I have not yet been able to pull through due to the errors mentioned in https://ez.analog.com/dsp/software-and-development-tools/linux-for-adsp-sc5xx-processors/f/q-a/104598/linux-add-in-1-3-0-released
I am using linux_addin 1.3.1 but the problems mentioned remain.
But I am working on it.
I am using Ubuntu 18.04 32-bit, maybe this is the problem.
Yes, please refer to that page, thanks a lot.