How can I rebuild USRP2 FPGA source

Hi All~

I have some problems about USRP2.

OS : Windows XP SP3 + VMWare for ubuntu 9.04
GRC 3.2.2
ISE 10.1 K.31(installed in ubuntu)
USRP2 : u2_rev3_ise10.1sp3_r11370.bin / txrx_edk10.1_r11370.bin

  1. How to rebuild FPGA source?
    when I execute “$./Makefile” in “u2_rev3” folder at Terminal command
    line
    , many error occur….
    error massage : attachfile(error_massage)

  2. how can I get the documents about USRP2 architecture(?) or USRP2 FPGA
    operation…, aeMB…

  3. My ethernet controller is sometimes not works well.
    eth controller : Atheros AR8121/AR8113/AR8114 (motherboard ASUS P5Q)
    That eth-controller is Gigabit ethernet controller that I know of.
    error massage : attachfile(GRC_error.png)

http://www.nabble.com/file/p24710992/error_massage error_massage
http://www.nabble.com/file/p24710992/GRC_error.png GRC_error.png

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shudii wrote:

when I execute “$./Makefile” in “u2_rev3” folder at Terminal command line
, many error occur….
error massage : attachfile(error_massage)

You are invoking it wrong. You did this:

[email protected]:~/gnuradio/usrp2/fpga/top/u2_rev3$ ./Makefile

You should just type “make”

  1. how can I get the documents about USRP2 architecture(?) or USRP2 FPGA
    operation…, aeMB…

The code is the main documentation at this point. The aeMB has its own
documentation elsewhere.

  1. My ethernet controller is sometimes not works well.
    eth controller : Atheros AR8121/AR8113/AR8114 (motherboard ASUS P5Q)
    That eth-controller is Gigabit ethernet controller that I know of.
    error massage : attachfile(GRC_error.png)

The “SSSSS” message is because you are not enabling real time scheduling
– see the notice a couple lines up where it says that. You need to do
this:

http://www.mail-archive.com/[email protected]/msg11384.html

Matt

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