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AR# 32254

11 EDK - Local Linux users and the need to set the global repository path

Description

In 10.1, I had an EDK design complete with custom cores. When I upgraded my design to 11, I received error messages complaining about my custom pcores. What do I need to do?

Solution

You need to set the Global Peripheral Repository setting in XPS: 

 

1. Open an EDK project. 

2. Select Edit > Preferences > Application Preferences. 

3. Enter your directory in the Global Peripheral Repository data field. 

4. Select OK. 

 

This is only a problem when migrating from 10.1 to 11.

AR# 32254
Date Created 04/13/2009
Last Updated 05/21/2014
Status Archive
Type General Article