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rfried
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Registered: ‎07-30-2020

Vivado 2020.1 crashes on Ubuntu 20.04

Hi.

Recently we've switched our development servers from Centos to Ubuntu 18.04,

Since we did that, Vivado crashes. we specifically selected Ubuntu 18.04 because it stated that it supposed to be supported.
This is the crash error we get:

CRITICAL WARNING: [IP_Flow 19-1747] Failed to deliver file '/data/common/xilinx/Vivado/2020.1/data/ip/xilinx/versal_cips_v2_0/xit/init.xit': Caught unexpected error when evaluating file '/data/common/xilinx/Vivado/2020.1/data/ip/xilinx/versal_cips_v2_0/xit/init.xit'

ERROR: [IP_Flow 19-167] Failed to deliver one or more file(s).

 

I attached the log files that were produced.

 

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sgeorgi_sen
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Registered: ‎04-07-2014

Hi @rfried ,

stupid question: is the missing file available on your file system?

If not, your installation might be corrupt. I can confirm, that this file should be at the position vivado is looking for.

Regards,

Sebastian

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rfried
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Registered: ‎07-30-2020

Hi.
The file exists and has the right permissions.
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fransschreuder
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I am having exactly the same issue on Ubuntu 20.04, happens mostly when building for Versal

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christophe_m
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Registered: ‎11-25-2020

same issue here. tried both on ubuntu 18.5 and 16.04LTS. building for versal. Any soluton for this problem?

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florentw
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Registered: ‎11-09-2015

HI @christophe_m @rfried @fransschreuder @sgeorgi_sen 

Firstly Ubuntu 20.04 was not supported for 2020.1 (see the list of supported OSes).

Then Versal was EA in 2020.1. There was a list of know issue in the lounge. You might want to refer to it.

I believe the issue is that 'gmake' is not available by default on Ubuntu. The workaround is to make a soft link from gmake to make in Ubuntu.

I would recommend you to move to 2020.2 now that this is released


Florent
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christophe_m
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Registered: ‎11-25-2020

Yes! Linking gmake->make does fix this... I'd be happy to accept/give kudos, but the buttons are disabled!

 

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florentw
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Hi @christophe_m 

Good to know that it helped

You need to make sure you are logged in to give kudos

Unfortunately you cannot accept as solution as you did not create the topic


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