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Linux Add-in 1.3.0 Released

Hi all,

we are pleased to announce that the 1.3.0 release of the Linux add-in is now available on

The add-in can be downloaded from the following page:

The update contains the following key changes:

  • Support for newer revision ADSP-SC589, ADSP-SC584, ADSP-SC573 EZ-KITs
  • Improved support for USB

Please note:

  • This release does not contain updates to the u-Boot, Buildroot and Linux kernel components
  • This update removes support for some earlier revisions of the ADSP-SC573 EZ-KITs
  • Newer revision ADSP-SC573 and ADSP-SC589 EZ-KITs contain different Ethernet PHY parts on the EZ-KIT.
    This may require you to rebuild the out-of-the-box examples in order to use them.

For more details please refer to the Release Note  for the release.



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[edited by: daveG at 2:19 PM (GMT 0) on 24 Jun 2020]
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  • Thanks for your reply, Yes you are right. Actually we are updating the Linux kernel/uboot in our Linux-addin 1.4.0 release, so we would solve this issue in the next release.

    So you edit the download version from 1.0.2 to 1.1.0 in buildroot/package/openssl/ and then the error disappears? Since we didn't meet this error when we build the linux addin in Ubuntu 18.04.



  • After error stop I added the missing function to dh512.h and dh.h  from / openSSL1.1.0 changes

    I know, that this is not the best way, but my app doesn't need an openssl application and any way, which helps to got forward shoukd be used


    int DH_set0_pqg(DH *dh, BIGNUM *p, BIGNUM *q, BIGNUM *g)
        /* If the fields p and g in d are NULL, the corresponding input
         * parameters MUST be non-NULL.  q may remain NULL.
        if ((dh->p == NULL && p == NULL)
            || (dh->g == NULL && g == NULL))
            return 0;
        if (p != NULL) {
            dh->p = p;
        if (q != NULL) {
            dh->q = q;
        if (g != NULL) {
            dh->g = g;
        if (q != NULL) {
            dh->length = BN_num_bits(q);
        return 1;
  • I didn't edit the file. I tried today without success .

    I satisfied only the C-language error check.

  • A fix for this error is present as patch 0001-fix-openssl-1.0.2.patch on the buildroot repo under package/pound/