02-22-2021 09:44 AM - edited 02-22-2021 09:45 AM
How do I get rid of the following error displayed on Vitis console under Ubuntu?
===>The following messages were generated while running Vivado to generate simulation models and scripts. Log file: /media/x/forVitis/workspace_1/vadd_system_hw_link/Emulation-HW/binary_container_1.build/link/vivado/vpl/runme.log : ERROR: [VPL 17-685] Unable to load Tcl app xilinx::modelsim ERROR: [VPL 60-773] In '/media/x/forVitis/workspace_1/vadd_system_hw_link/Emulation-HW/binary_container_1.build/link/vivado/vpl/runme.log', caught Tcl error: ERROR: [Common 17-69] Command failed: ERROR: [Common 17-685] Unable to load Tcl app xilinx::modelsim ERROR: [VPL 60-704] Integration error, Step failed: create_project An error stack with function names and arguments may be available in the 'vivado.log'. ERROR: [VPL 60-1328] Vpl run 'vpl' failed ERROR: [VPL 60-806] Failed to finish platform linker INFO: [v++ 60-1442] [18:32:34] Run run_link: Step vpl: Failed Time (s): cpu = 00:00:16 ; elapsed = 00:00:31 . Memory (MB): peak = 1597.395 ; gain = 0.000 ; free physical = 669 ; free virtual = 9790 ERROR: [v++ 60-661] v++ link run 'run_link' failed ERROR: [v++ 60-626] Kernel link failed to complete ERROR: [v++ 60-703] Failed to finish linking INFO: [v++ 60-1653] Closing dispatch client. makefile:61: recipe for target 'binary_container_1.xclbin' failed make: *** [binary_container_1.xclbin] Error 1
Moreover, trying to launch the RTL kernel wizard outputs a similar error as you can see in attachment.
02-22-2021 07:12 PM
Please try to removed the .Xilinx folder in your home dir.
02-24-2021 12:42 AM - edited 02-24-2021 12:50 AM
I was looking for the ".Xilinx" in the wrong folder. I was look for this folder under
but it was not there.
Eventually I found the ".Xilinx" folder in
Then I removed it. And now I get the error displayed in attachment when I try to launch Vitis. And for some strange reason running Vitis or Vivado from terminal leaves shortcuts such us for example ctrl+alt + T and the terminal command "ls" inoperative. I get
ls: command not found
Moreover, the taskbar goes missing after trying to launch Vitis or Vivado.