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You should probably just chmod the directory permissions so you can build from the git repo vs. trying to build with sudo or some such.
For each terminal window there is a onetime setup of sourcing . ./edksetup.sh (not extra dot to source command). That should setup your path. That looks missing in your 2nd failure.
On Apr 4, 2021, at 8:52 AM, Pullannagari Babu <Pullannagari.babu@...> wrote:
Thanks for replying early,
If I build as root permissions, I'm facing the issue attached below.
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Subject: Re: [edk2-devel] uefi building for fu-540
The `Build` directory is created by the build for the build output. Looks like your problem is you don’t have privilege to add a directory in `/work/git/tianocore` Did
you have to use `sudo` to add the directory? Seem like you need to fix the permissions of the tiancore directory.
I'm trying to build UEFI for freedom-u540 board, I cloned these sources : edk2, edk2-non-osi , edk2-platforms. in my build directory
then I'm facing the below issue
error 0005: Could not create directory /work/git/tianocore/Build/FreedomU500VC707/DEBUG_GCC5/RISCV64
then i craeted Build/FreedomU500VC707/DEBUG_GCC5/RISCV64 directory manually.
after i facing below issue please can you help out this.
build -a RISCV64 -p Platform/SiFive/U5SeriesPkg/FreedomU500VC707Board/U500.dsc -t GCC5