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bertoloti1
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Vivado failed to install all user apps

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Hi everyone, I'm a newbie and I have just install Vivado in Ubuntu 12.04. Everything went smooth during installation and I have succesfully run settings64.sh shell script but when I try to run vivado in a console this error is displayed:

 

ERROR: [Common 17-356] Failed to install all user apps.

 

Any ideas how to solve this issue?

 

Thanks in advance.

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bertoloti1
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Solved the issue, just chmod -R 777 .Xilinx/Vivado.
Thanks!

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yenigal
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Hi

 

There is a known issue which is expected to be fixed in 2015.1

This problem could occur when support and/or tclapp directories are missing in your $HOME/.Xilinx/Vivado/2014.4/XilinxTclStore.

 
To work around the issue, either copy the missing directories or do tclapp::reset_tclstore in tcl mode.
 
 
Regards,

Satish

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bertoloti1
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Satish,

 

Thanks for your reply. I checked the directories and I have the tclapp directory in $HOME/.Xilinx/Vivado/2014.4/XilinxTclStore but I do not have the support directory. Should I add it?

 

I also tried tclapp::reset_tclstore but I got this message:

 

ERROR: [Common 17-1256] Could not remove local Tcl Store from '/home/mauro/.Xilinx/Vivado/2014.4/XilinxTclStore'. Please close any program which still acceses this area.
ERROR: [Common 17-39] 'tclapp::reset_tclstore' failed due to earlier errors.

 

I don't have any program open using this area. Any ideas?

 

Thanks!

 

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bertoloti1
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Solved the issue, just chmod -R 777 .Xilinx/Vivado.
Thanks!

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lalitbhambhani
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@bertoloti1

This solved my problem also. I'm using Ubuntu 14.04 64-bit in a virtual environment.
I thought I had given permissions to all the folders but I guess not to .Xilinx/Vivado.

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