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Old 06-15-2011, 09:53 AM   #1
teja483
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Angry detecting the USB in WinDriver 10.10 in UBUNTU 10.10


hi.

i installed WinDriver(jungo) in my PC(UBUNTU 10.10).

i installed it by following the commands given in the manual.

it was installed. the GUI version of WinDriver should show all the USB devices connected currently to my PC. it ain't detecting any of those USB devices.

and the same i tried in WIN-7 it got detected.also it generated the code. i tried to develop some Drivers using the code given.

when i'm compiling the code which i developed using WinDriver in LINUX(ubuntu 10.10)

i'm getting this error

WDERROR: WDU_Init: cannot open WinDriver device
RemoveAllDevicesFromDevList: pDriverCtx 0x9ec90c8
DriverInit: failed to initialize USB driver: error 0x20000007 ("Internal system error")

Platform_Init Failed. Exiting...

ERROR: IndusHwTable Not Found

is there any idea of what's next.
coz im newbie to linux i'm waiting eagerly.
 
Old 06-15-2011, 11:30 AM   #2
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hi.
i installed WinDriver(jungo) in my PC(UBUNTU 10.10).

i installed it by following the commands given in the manual. it was installed. the GUI version of WinDriver should show all the USB devices connected currently to my PC. it ain't detecting any of those USB devices. and the same i tried in WIN-7 it got detected.also it generated the code. i tried to develop some Drivers using the code given.

when i'm compiling the code which i developed using WinDriver in LINUX(ubuntu 10.10) i'm getting this error

WDERROR: WDU_Init: cannot open WinDriver device
RemoveAllDevicesFromDevList: pDriverCtx 0x9ec90c8
DriverInit: failed to initialize USB driver: error 0x20000007 ("Internal system error")

Platform_Init Failed. Exiting...

ERROR: IndusHwTable Not Found

is there any idea of what's next. coz im newbie to linux i'm waiting eagerly.
Spell out your words, please.

Windriver is a commercial product, that has a free trial with support. Have you contacted them? Based on their web page, it would seem that the error you're seeing is because you're trying to do something that only registered users can.
 
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Old 06-15-2011, 02:31 PM   #3
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Spell out your words, please.

Windriver is a commercial product, that has a free trial with support. Have you contacted them? Based on their web page, it would seem that the error you're seeing is because you're trying to do something that only registered users can.
i sent them a mail, for them and here also i posted.

but the ans from here is faster than there.
if they give the trial version whats the use if we cannot use it.so, im thinking that either it is my coding problem or it may be likely that i didn't ask the question correctly.
but sir can u suggest any generic driver for LINUX USB.?????

thanks a ton for ur reply.
 
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Old 06-15-2011, 02:43 PM   #4
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i sent them a mail, for them and here also i posted.

but the ans from here is faster than there. if they give the trial version whats the use if we cannot use it.so, im thinking that either it is my coding problem or it may be likely that i didn't ask the question correctly.
but sir can u suggest any generic driver for LINUX USB.?????

thanks a ton for ur reply.
Again, you need to SPELL OUT YOUR WORDS. That text-speak garbage isn't pleasant for anyone.

The trial version is exactly that...so you can TRY it, and see if you want to purchase it. If they didn't disable some of the features, do you think that ANYONE would spend money on what they could get for free???

USB device drivers and their source code are abundant for Linux. There are even books written about developing Linux Device Drivers and USB development. Your Linux installation already has source code for the kernel modules for USB devices. You don't say what KIND of USB device, though, but chances are it's already been covered.
 
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Old 06-15-2011, 11:52 PM   #5
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Smile

sorry for my text.
the network was disconnected, so i could not give you the reply immediately.

i was trying to interface with FPGA via an intermediate board and that board needs USB drivers.

i expected that at least i can check that WinDriver can provide the "device attached" ,"Device detached", "device initialized "... functions. that is basic to any driver.

but if the messages given by the driver is like :
WDERROR: WDU_Init: cannot open WinDriver device
RemoveAllDevicesFromDevList: pDriverCtx 0x9ec90c8
DriverInit: failed to initialize USB driver: error 0x20000007 ("Internal system error")

how can we evaluate the product, though it is a trial version.

now i hope i rectified my spell mistake.
 
Old 06-16-2011, 12:16 AM   #6
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I'm not getting the handle to do the basic "read", "write".

is it the fault of the vendor or me ?
 
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Old 06-16-2011, 11:12 AM   #7
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sorry for my text.
the network was disconnected, so i could not give you the reply immediately.

i was trying to interface with FPGA via an intermediate board and that board needs USB drivers.
i expected that at least i can check that WinDriver can provide the "device attached" ,"Device detached", "device initialized "... functions. that is basic to any driver.

but if the messages given by the driver is like :
WDERROR: WDU_Init: cannot open WinDriver device
RemoveAllDevicesFromDevList: pDriverCtx 0x9ec90c8
DriverInit: failed to initialize USB driver: error 0x20000007 ("Internal system error")

how can we evaluate the product, though it is a trial version.
Obviously, you would evaluate it based on what you can SEE and DO...then determine if you want to buy it. Not sure how you expect anyone to answer this question. And again, the error you got (if you tried to look it up), indicates that you have NOT PURCHASED the software, so that feature WILL NOT WORK until you do.
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now i hope i rectified my spell mistake.
Wasn't a mistake...the text-speak was done on purpose.
 
Old 06-16-2011, 11:14 AM   #8
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I'm not getting the handle to do the basic "read", "write".
is it the fault of the vendor or me ?
Again, how do you expect anyone here to answer this?? You haven't posted your code, and folks here aren't going to be too keen to read the support manual for software that you haven't bought yet, to try to solve your problem.

Check the support documentation on their website...it has complete manuals, in PDF and HTML format.
 
Old 05-27-2014, 08:10 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by teja483 View Post
hi.

i installed WinDriver(jungo) in my PC(UBUNTU 10.10).

i installed it by following the commands given in the manual.

it was installed. the GUI version of WinDriver should show all the USB devices connected currently to my PC. it ain't detecting any of those USB devices.

and the same i tried in WIN-7 it got detected.also it generated the code. i tried to develop some Drivers using the code given.

when i'm compiling the code which i developed using WinDriver in LINUX(ubuntu 10.10)

i'm getting this error

WDERROR: WDU_Init: cannot open WinDriver device
RemoveAllDevicesFromDevList: pDriverCtx 0x9ec90c8
DriverInit: failed to initialize USB driver: error 0x20000007 ("Internal system error")

Platform_Init Failed. Exiting...

ERROR: IndusHwTable Not Found

is there any idea of what's next.
coz im newbie to linux i'm waiting eagerly.


hello , teja483 , I need some help:
How did you specify the two path which the Jungo manual ask to create a linux symbolic link:

/usr/src$ ln -s 'target kernel'/linux

what are the 'target kernel' and '/linux' ?

thanks
 
Old 05-28-2014, 01:22 PM   #10
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hello , teja483 , I need some help:
How did you specify the two path which the Jungo manual ask to create a linux symbolic link:

/usr/src$ ln -s 'target kernel'/linux

what are the 'target kernel' and '/linux' ?
Please read the LQ Rules; open your own thread for your own question, and don't reopen old threads..this one had been closed for three years.

You only posted PART of the instructions:
Quote:
Originally Posted by Jungo Manual
Before proceeding with the installation, you must also make sure that you have a ‘linux’ symbolic link. If you do not, create one by typing
/usr/src$ ln -s <target kernel>/ linux
For example, for the Linux 2.4 kernel type
/usr/src$ ln -s linux-2.4/ linux
Did you see the example on the last line? Did you check to see if you HAD a /usr/src/linux link already?? You can find out the name of your kernel by typing in "uname -r". And again, as told to the OP of this thread, Windriver is a COMMERCIAL PRODUCT, which you must BUY. When you buy it, you get support, which you should use.
 
  


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