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  • Latest Post - ‏2010-05-22T19:05:29Z by SaeedScript
SaeedScript
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Pinned topic Install Cell Question?

‏2010-05-16T13:44:14Z |
I'm new in Cell BE programming,

I installed Cell SDK 3.1 on fedora core 12,
I haven't access to internet in linux,(there weren't some rpm pakages like spu-gcc , ppu-gcc , etc in SDK iso ,
so I got these files from here :
http://www.bsc.es/projects/deepcomputing/linuxoncell/cellsimulator/sdk3.1/CellSDK-Open-Fedora/x86/ )

finally all pakages with their dependencies installed succesfully.

I read cell ide help pdf files and I have to use eclipse to develop cell programs.

The eclipse software was installed in my fedora core 12,

but my linux java is OpenJDK, I install ibm jdk,
and set PATH in /etc/profile to ibm jdk like this: "PATH=$HOME/bin:/opt/ibm/java-i386-60/jre/bin:$PATH"

I ran "/opt/cell/ide/eclipse/eclpse" , but eclipse opened and closed, some stack error happend!

how can I add cell ide plugins to eclipse?

I'm really confused! please help me!,please!

Is above works that I do are True? What I should to do?
Updated on 2010-05-22T19:05:29Z at 2010-05-22T19:05:29Z by SaeedScript
  • gcst
    gcst
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    Re: Install Cell Question?

    ‏2010-05-20T11:15:11Z  
    Have you followed the instructions from "Chapter 3. Installing IDE" in the "IDE Tutorial and User’s Guide" from the "Software Development Kit for Multicore Acceleration Version 3.1" ?
  • SaeedScript
    SaeedScript
    4 Posts

    Re: Install Cell Question?

    ‏2010-05-22T19:05:29Z  
    • gcst
    • ‏2010-05-20T11:15:11Z
    Have you followed the instructions from "Chapter 3. Installing IDE" in the "IDE Tutorial and User’s Guide" from the "Software Development Kit for Multicore Acceleration Version 3.1" ?
    yes, I did , but I don't khnow how to add cell plugins to eclipse!