Hi All, I'm quite despearate and anxious, as I thought I was so close to getting the 5M camera sensor to work on the Leopard 365 board. This TFTP errors bothers me a lot.
After a mad scrambling and climbing the steep learning curve of Linux, RidgeRun SDK, and Leopard board systems, I managed to set up and install the SDK. Now I'm trying to load the demo program for the 5M MP9T031 sensor to use it as a IP cam.
I've not been able to use tftp service. I've been using serial to flash the disk image, but that's taking a very long time each time I make any changes in "make config". If I switch to tftp I get the following error:
DEVDIR$ make install Ridgerun Linux SDK Board configuration: Leopard Board DM365 Multi-core machine, using 1 out of 2 cores for building Installation system of uboot images over TFTP for host 192.168.1.106 Please be sure u-boot is running on port /dev/ttyS0 and none process (like minicom) is using it u-boot port /dev/ttyS0
Error: Seems like you aren't running tftp udp service on port 69, please check your server settings.
Would you know what the problem is? I've followed the instruction on https://www.ridgerun.com/developer/wiki/index.php/Setting_Up_A_Tftp_Service to set up my tftp server. I've verified that /etc/xinetd.d/tftpis indeed using port 69. I've cross-checked with the server_args in the configuration file and the folder setting for TFTP is consistent. Currently, I have both the server PC and Leopardboard connected to different ports on my router by ethernet cables.
Could anyone help please? Thanks so much!