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First step: install the NOVAsom SDK and get ready to start!

Step by step guide to download and run the NOVAsom SDK

Download NOVAsom SDK for your board

 

Fedora 27 64 bit virtual machine

    User: fil

    Password: cactus

DOWNLOAD

Fedora 20 64 bit virtual machine 

    User: novasis 

    Password: novasis

DOWNLOAD

Lubuntu 64 bit virtual machine

    User: fil     

    Password: cactus

DOWNLOAD
SDK for M-Line (v.2019.01)

Fedora 28 64 bit virtual machine
    User: novasis
    Password: novasis

DOWNLOAD


Extract vdi file. 7-zip is recommended for Windows users.

 

Install VirtualBox and configure the host system

Download and install VirtualBox latest version from official website. (For windows users: run VirtualBox installer as administrator).

Download and install Extension Pack latest version from official website.

Make sure hardware virtualization is enabled in the bios.
- For Intel x64: VT-x (Intel Virtualization Technology) and VT-d are both enabled
- For AMD x64: AMD SVM (Secure Virtual Machine) is enabled

For Windows users, Hyper-V should be disabled.

NOTE: Configuration details may vary depending on your operating system and hardware. It's up to you adjusting configurations for your case.
You can use any virtualizer tool compatible with vdi files. NOVAsom Technical Support include only suggestions about VirtualBox configuration for work with NOVAsom board. Refer to VirtualBox official website for support about VirtualBox tool per se.

 

Configure the virtual machine

Run VirtualBox.

Create a new virtual machine
    Name: NOVAsomSDK
    Type: Linux
    Version: [see table below]

Set Memory configuration according to your system performance.

Select Choose an existing virtual hard disk file , and select the vdi extracted below.

Hit Create

Hit Settings , open network configuration, and select Bridged adapter

Start the virtual machine. Open Devices menu and choose Insert Guest Additions CD image
Run autorun.sh
Restart the virtual machine

Your SDK is installed and ready to run! Make sure to keep updated VirtualBox, Guest Additions and Extension Pack: differences in versions could cause problems using drivers between host and guest system.

See VirtualBox official website for more info about VirtualBox tool.

Next steps

Discover how is intuitive working with NOVAembed and BSP Factory, and all the tools included in the NOVAsom SDK.


The NOVAsom Technical Support Team is available for you. Feel free to ask everything can help you to take fully advantage of the potential of your board.

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