Do the edk2 CI unit tests work in Linux?


Steven Shi
 

Hello,

I’m interested in the edk2 CI unit tests(https://github.com/tianocore/edk2/tree/master/.pytool). I tested it in my local. It works well in Windows but does not work in Linux. It looks the NuGet in pytool only has windows version (C:\steven\unit_test_env\Lib\site-packages\edk2toolext\bin\NuGet.exe) but not support the Linux. Below is my detail test steps. Do the edk2 CI unit tests work in Linux?

 

  • Windows :

c:\steven>py -m venv unit_test_env

c:\steven>cd  c:\steven\edk2

c:\steven\edk2>c:\steven\unit_test_env\Scripts\activate.bat

(unit_test_env) c:\steven\edk2>pip install --upgrade -r pip-requirements.txt

(unit_test_env) c:\steven\edk2>stuart_setup -c .pytool/CISettings.py TOOL_CHAIN_TAG=VS2019

(unit_test_env) c:\steven\edk2>stuart_update -c .pytool/CISettings.py TOOL_CHAIN_TAG=VS2019

(unit_test_env) c:\steven\edk2>edksetup.bat

(unit_test_env) c:\steven\edk2>edksetup.bat Rebuild

(unit_test_env) c:\steven\edk2>stuart_ci_build -c .pytool/CISettings.py TOOL_CHAIN_TAG=VS2019 -a X64,IA32 -t DEBUG --verbose

PROGRESS - Overall Build Status: Success

SECTION - Summary

PROGRESS - Success

 

  • Linux:

jshi19@ub2-uefi-b01:~/wksp_efi$ python3 -m venv unit_test_env

jshi19@ub2-uefi-b01:~/wksp_efi$ source unit_test_env/bin/activate

(unit_test_env) jshi19@ub2-uefi-b01:~/wksp_efi/edk2-2$ pip install --upgrade -r pip-requirements.txt

(unit_test_env) jshi19@ub2-uefi-b01:~/wksp_efi/edk2-2$ make -C BaseTools/

(unit_test_env) jshi19@ub2-uefi-b01:~/wksp_efi/edk2-2$ stuart_setup -c .pytool/CISettings.py TOOL_CHAIN_TAG=GCC5

(unit_test_env) jshi19@ub2-uefi-b01:~/wksp_efi/edk2-2$ stuart_update -c .pytool/CISettings.py TOOL_CHAIN_TAG=GCC5

SECTION - Init SDE

WARNING - Using Pip Tools based BaseTools

SECTION - Loading Plugins

SECTION - Start Invocable Tool

SECTION - Initial update of environment

UpdatingWARNING - [SDE] Failed to fetch NugetDependecy: edk2-acpica-iasl@....0: [Nuget] We failed to install this version 20200717.0.0 of edk2-acpica-iasl

WARNING - [SDE] Failed to fetch NugetDependecy: mu_nasm@2.15.05: [Nuget] We failed to install this version 2.15.05 of mu_nasm

. Done

SECTION -       Updated/Verified 3 dependencies

SECTION - Second pass update of environment

UpdatingWARNING - [SDE] Failed to fetch NugetDependecy: edk2-acpica-iasl@....0: [Nuget] We failed to install this version 20200717.0.0 of edk2-acpica-iasl

WARNING - [SDE] Failed to fetch NugetDependecy: mu_nasm@2.15.05: [Nuget] We failed to install this version 2.15.05 of mu_nasm

. Done

SECTION -       Updated/Verified 3 dependencies

ERROR - We were unable to successfully update 2 dependencies in environment

SECTION - Summary

ERROR - Error

 

 

 

 

Thanks

 

Steven Shi

 

 

 


Rebecca Cran
 

NuGet.exe is a .NET assembly/executable, so on Linux you'll need to install Mono (https://www.mono-project.com/).


--

Rebecca Cran



On 6/28/21 7:45 PM, Steven Shi wrote:

Hello,

I’m interested in the edk2 CI unit tests(https://github.com/tianocore/edk2/tree/master/.pytool). I tested it in my local. It works well in Windows but does not work in Linux. It looks the NuGet in pytool only has windows version (C:\steven\unit_test_env\Lib\site-packages\edk2toolext\bin\NuGet.exe) but not support the Linux. Below is my detail test steps. Do the edk2 CI unit tests work in Linux?

 

  • Windows :

c:\steven>py -m venv unit_test_env

c:\steven>cd  c:\steven\edk2

c:\steven\edk2>c:\steven\unit_test_env\Scripts\activate.bat

(unit_test_env) c:\steven\edk2>pip install --upgrade -r pip-requirements.txt

(unit_test_env) c:\steven\edk2>stuart_setup -c .pytool/CISettings.py TOOL_CHAIN_TAG=VS2019

(unit_test_env) c:\steven\edk2>stuart_update -c .pytool/CISettings.py TOOL_CHAIN_TAG=VS2019

(unit_test_env) c:\steven\edk2>edksetup.bat

(unit_test_env) c:\steven\edk2>edksetup.bat Rebuild

(unit_test_env) c:\steven\edk2>stuart_ci_build -c .pytool/CISettings.py TOOL_CHAIN_TAG=VS2019 -a X64,IA32 -t DEBUG --verbose

PROGRESS - Overall Build Status: Success

SECTION - Summary

PROGRESS - Success

 

  • Linux:

jshi19@ub2-uefi-b01:~/wksp_efi$ python3 -m venv unit_test_env

jshi19@ub2-uefi-b01:~/wksp_efi$ source unit_test_env/bin/activate

(unit_test_env) jshi19@ub2-uefi-b01:~/wksp_efi/edk2-2$ pip install --upgrade -r pip-requirements.txt

(unit_test_env) jshi19@ub2-uefi-b01:~/wksp_efi/edk2-2$ make -C BaseTools/

(unit_test_env) jshi19@ub2-uefi-b01:~/wksp_efi/edk2-2$ stuart_setup -c .pytool/CISettings.py TOOL_CHAIN_TAG=GCC5

(unit_test_env) jshi19@ub2-uefi-b01:~/wksp_efi/edk2-2$ stuart_update -c .pytool/CISettings.py TOOL_CHAIN_TAG=GCC5

SECTION - Init SDE

WARNING - Using Pip Tools based BaseTools

SECTION - Loading Plugins

SECTION - Start Invocable Tool

SECTION - Initial update of environment

UpdatingWARNING - [SDE] Failed to fetch NugetDependecy: edk2-acpica-iasl@....0: [Nuget] We failed to install this version 20200717.0.0 of edk2-acpica-iasl

WARNING - [SDE] Failed to fetch NugetDependecy: mu_nasm@2.15.05: [Nuget] We failed to install this version 2.15.05 of mu_nasm

. Done

SECTION -       Updated/Verified 3 dependencies

SECTION - Second pass update of environment

UpdatingWARNING - [SDE] Failed to fetch NugetDependecy: edk2-acpica-iasl@....0: [Nuget] We failed to install this version 20200717.0.0 of edk2-acpica-iasl

WARNING - [SDE] Failed to fetch NugetDependecy: mu_nasm@2.15.05: [Nuget] We failed to install this version 2.15.05 of mu_nasm

. Done

SECTION -       Updated/Verified 3 dependencies

ERROR - We were unable to successfully update 2 dependencies in environment

SECTION - Summary

ERROR - Error

 

 

 

 

Thanks

 

Steven Shi

 

 

 


Steven Shi
 

Cran, Thanks. I’m curious whether the .pytool has native Linux executable binary to run? It looks the edk2 CI framework has more dependency in Linux than Windows.

 

 

Thanks

 

Steven Shi

Intel\IAGS\SFP\FIA (Firmware Infrastructure Automation)

 

 

From: devel@edk2.groups.io <devel@edk2.groups.io> On Behalf Of Rebecca Cran
Sent: Tuesday, June 29, 2021 8:13 PM
To: devel@edk2.groups.io; Shi, Steven <steven.shi@...>
Subject: Re: [edk2-devel] Do the edk2 CI unit tests work in Linux?

 

NuGet.exe is a .NET assembly/executable, so on Linux you'll need to install Mono (https://www.mono-project.com/).

 

--

Rebecca Cran

 

 

On 6/28/21 7:45 PM, Steven Shi wrote:

Hello,

I’m interested in the edk2 CI unit tests(https://github.com/tianocore/edk2/tree/master/.pytool). I tested it in my local. It works well in Windows but does not work in Linux. It looks the NuGet in pytool only has windows version (C:\steven\unit_test_env\Lib\site-packages\edk2toolext\bin\NuGet.exe) but not support the Linux. Below is my detail test steps. Do the edk2 CI unit tests work in Linux?

 

  1. Windows :

c:\steven>py -m venv unit_test_env

c:\steven>cd  c:\steven\edk2

c:\steven\edk2>c:\steven\unit_test_env\Scripts\activate.bat

(unit_test_env) c:\steven\edk2>pip install --upgrade -r pip-requirements.txt

(unit_test_env) c:\steven\edk2>stuart_setup -c .pytool/CISettings.py TOOL_CHAIN_TAG=VS2019

(unit_test_env) c:\steven\edk2>stuart_update -c .pytool/CISettings.py TOOL_CHAIN_TAG=VS2019

(unit_test_env) c:\steven\edk2>edksetup.bat

(unit_test_env) c:\steven\edk2>edksetup.bat Rebuild

(unit_test_env) c:\steven\edk2>stuart_ci_build -c .pytool/CISettings.py TOOL_CHAIN_TAG=VS2019 -a X64,IA32 -t DEBUG --verbose

PROGRESS - Overall Build Status: Success

SECTION - Summary

PROGRESS - Success

 

  1. Linux:

jshi19@ub2-uefi-b01:~/wksp_efi$ python3 -m venv unit_test_env

jshi19@ub2-uefi-b01:~/wksp_efi$ source unit_test_env/bin/activate

(unit_test_env) jshi19@ub2-uefi-b01:~/wksp_efi/edk2-2$ pip install --upgrade -r pip-requirements.txt

(unit_test_env) jshi19@ub2-uefi-b01:~/wksp_efi/edk2-2$ make -C BaseTools/

(unit_test_env) jshi19@ub2-uefi-b01:~/wksp_efi/edk2-2$ stuart_setup -c .pytool/CISettings.py TOOL_CHAIN_TAG=GCC5

(unit_test_env) jshi19@ub2-uefi-b01:~/wksp_efi/edk2-2$ stuart_update -c .pytool/CISettings.py TOOL_CHAIN_TAG=GCC5

SECTION - Init SDE

WARNING - Using Pip Tools based BaseTools

SECTION - Loading Plugins

SECTION - Start Invocable Tool

SECTION - Initial update of environment

UpdatingWARNING - [SDE] Failed to fetch NugetDependecy: edk2-acpica-iasl@....0: [Nuget] We failed to install this version 20200717.0.0 of edk2-acpica-iasl

WARNING - [SDE] Failed to fetch NugetDependecy: mu_nasm@2.15.05: [Nuget] We failed to install this version 2.15.05 of mu_nasm

. Done

SECTION -       Updated/Verified 3 dependencies

SECTION - Second pass update of environment

UpdatingWARNING - [SDE] Failed to fetch NugetDependecy: edk2-acpica-iasl@....0: [Nuget] We failed to install this version 20200717.0.0 of edk2-acpica-iasl

WARNING - [SDE] Failed to fetch NugetDependecy: mu_nasm@2.15.05: [Nuget] We failed to install this version 2.15.05 of mu_nasm

. Done

SECTION -       Updated/Verified 3 dependencies

ERROR - We were unable to successfully update 2 dependencies in environment

SECTION - Summary

ERROR - Error

 

 

 

 

Thanks

 

Steven Shi

 

 

 


Bret Barkelew
 

Which executable are you referring to?

 

Also, yes, it is entirely possible that Linux has more dependencies since the dependency list has conditionals based on your OS.

 

- Bret

 

From: Steven Shi via groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, June 29, 2021 8:44 AM
To: devel@edk2.groups.io; rebecca@...
Subject: [EXTERNAL] Re: [edk2-devel] Do the edk2 CI unit tests work in Linux?

 

Cran, Thanks. I’m curious whether the .pytool has native Linux executable binary to run? It looks the edk2 CI framework has more dependency in Linux than Windows.

 

 

Thanks

 

Steven Shi

Intel\IAGS\SFP\FIA (Firmware Infrastructure Automation)

 

 

From: devel@edk2.groups.io <devel@edk2.groups.io> On Behalf Of Rebecca Cran
Sent: Tuesday, June 29, 2021 8:13 PM
To: devel@edk2.groups.io; Shi, Steven <steven.shi@...>
Subject: Re: [edk2-devel] Do the edk2 CI unit tests work in Linux?

 

NuGet.exe is a .NET assembly/executable, so on Linux you'll need to install Mono (https://www.mono-project.com/).

 

--

Rebecca Cran

 

 

On 6/28/21 7:45 PM, Steven Shi wrote:

Hello,

I’m interested in the edk2 CI unit tests(https://github.com/tianocore/edk2/tree/master/.pytool). I tested it in my local. It works well in Windows but does not work in Linux. It looks the NuGet in pytool only has windows version (C:\steven\unit_test_env\Lib\site-packages\edk2toolext\bin\NuGet.exe) but not support the Linux. Below is my detail test steps. Do the edk2 CI unit tests work in Linux?

 

  1. Windows :

c:\steven>py -m venv unit_test_env

c:\steven>cd  c:\steven\edk2

c:\steven\edk2>c:\steven\unit_test_env\Scripts\activate.bat

(unit_test_env) c:\steven\edk2>pip install --upgrade -r pip-requirements.txt

(unit_test_env) c:\steven\edk2>stuart_setup -c .pytool/CISettings.py TOOL_CHAIN_TAG=VS2019

(unit_test_env) c:\steven\edk2>stuart_update -c .pytool/CISettings.py TOOL_CHAIN_TAG=VS2019

(unit_test_env) c:\steven\edk2>edksetup.bat

(unit_test_env) c:\steven\edk2>edksetup.bat Rebuild

(unit_test_env) c:\steven\edk2>stuart_ci_build -c .pytool/CISettings.py TOOL_CHAIN_TAG=VS2019 -a X64,IA32 -t DEBUG --verbose

PROGRESS - Overall Build Status: Success

SECTION - Summary

PROGRESS - Success

 

  1. Linux:

jshi19@ub2-uefi-b01:~/wksp_efi$ python3 -m venv unit_test_env

jshi19@ub2-uefi-b01:~/wksp_efi$ source unit_test_env/bin/activate

(unit_test_env) jshi19@ub2-uefi-b01:~/wksp_efi/edk2-2$ pip install --upgrade -r pip-requirements.txt

(unit_test_env) jshi19@ub2-uefi-b01:~/wksp_efi/edk2-2$ make -C BaseTools/

(unit_test_env) jshi19@ub2-uefi-b01:~/wksp_efi/edk2-2$ stuart_setup -c .pytool/CISettings.py TOOL_CHAIN_TAG=GCC5

(unit_test_env) jshi19@ub2-uefi-b01:~/wksp_efi/edk2-2$ stuart_update -c .pytool/CISettings.py TOOL_CHAIN_TAG=GCC5

SECTION - Init SDE

WARNING - Using Pip Tools based BaseTools

SECTION - Loading Plugins

SECTION - Start Invocable Tool

SECTION - Initial update of environment

UpdatingWARNING - [SDE] Failed to fetch NugetDependecy: edk2-acpica-iasl@....0: [Nuget] We failed to install this version 20200717.0.0 of edk2-acpica-iasl

WARNING - [SDE] Failed to fetch NugetDependecy: mu_nasm@2.15.05: [Nuget] We failed to install this version 2.15.05 of mu_nasm

. Done

SECTION -       Updated/Verified 3 dependencies

SECTION - Second pass update of environment

UpdatingWARNING - [SDE] Failed to fetch NugetDependecy: edk2-acpica-iasl@....0: [Nuget] We failed to install this version 20200717.0.0 of edk2-acpica-iasl

WARNING - [SDE] Failed to fetch NugetDependecy: mu_nasm@2.15.05: [Nuget] We failed to install this version 2.15.05 of mu_nasm

. Done

SECTION -       Updated/Verified 3 dependencies

ERROR - We were unable to successfully update 2 dependencies in environment

SECTION - Summary

ERROR - Error

 

 

 

 

Thanks

 

Steven Shi

 

 

 

 


Rebecca Cran
 

I think he's referring to NuGet.exe, which unless you're familiar with .NET appears to be a Windows executable.


--

Rebecca Cran


On 6/29/21 9:59 AM, Bret Barkelew wrote:

Which executable are you referring to?

 

Also, yes, it is entirely possible that Linux has more dependencies since the dependency list has conditionals based on your OS.

 

- Bret

 

From: Steven Shi via groups.io
Sent: Tuesday, June 29, 2021 8:44 AM
To: devel@edk2.groups.io; rebecca@...
Subject: [EXTERNAL] Re: [edk2-devel] Do the edk2 CI unit tests work in Linux?

 

Cran, Thanks. I’m curious whether the .pytool has native Linux executable binary to run? It looks the edk2 CI framework has more dependency in Linux than Windows.

 

 

Thanks

 

Steven Shi

Intel\IAGS\SFP\FIA (Firmware Infrastructure Automation)

 

 

From: devel@edk2.groups.io <devel@edk2.groups.io> On Behalf Of Rebecca Cran
Sent: Tuesday, June 29, 2021 8:13 PM
To: devel@edk2.groups.io; Shi, Steven <steven.shi@...>
Subject: Re: [edk2-devel] Do the edk2 CI unit tests work in Linux?

 

NuGet.exe is a .NET assembly/executable, so on Linux you'll need to install Mono (https://www.mono-project.com/).

 

--

Rebecca Cran

 

 

On 6/28/21 7:45 PM, Steven Shi wrote:

Hello,

I’m interested in the edk2 CI unit tests(https://github.com/tianocore/edk2/tree/master/.pytool). I tested it in my local. It works well in Windows but does not work in Linux. It looks the NuGet in pytool only has windows version (C:\steven\unit_test_env\Lib\site-packages\edk2toolext\bin\NuGet.exe) but not support the Linux. Below is my detail test steps. Do the edk2 CI unit tests work in Linux?

 

  1. Windows :

c:\steven>py -m venv unit_test_env

c:\steven>cd  c:\steven\edk2

c:\steven\edk2>c:\steven\unit_test_env\Scripts\activate.bat

(unit_test_env) c:\steven\edk2>pip install --upgrade -r pip-requirements.txt

(unit_test_env) c:\steven\edk2>stuart_setup -c .pytool/CISettings.py TOOL_CHAIN_TAG=VS2019

(unit_test_env) c:\steven\edk2>stuart_update -c .pytool/CISettings.py TOOL_CHAIN_TAG=VS2019

(unit_test_env) c:\steven\edk2>edksetup.bat

(unit_test_env) c:\steven\edk2>edksetup.bat Rebuild

(unit_test_env) c:\steven\edk2>stuart_ci_build -c .pytool/CISettings.py TOOL_CHAIN_TAG=VS2019 -a X64,IA32 -t DEBUG --verbose

PROGRESS - Overall Build Status: Success

SECTION - Summary

PROGRESS - Success

 

  1. Linux:

jshi19@ub2-uefi-b01:~/wksp_efi$ python3 -m venv unit_test_env

jshi19@ub2-uefi-b01:~/wksp_efi$ source unit_test_env/bin/activate

(unit_test_env) jshi19@ub2-uefi-b01:~/wksp_efi/edk2-2$ pip install --upgrade -r pip-requirements.txt

(unit_test_env) jshi19@ub2-uefi-b01:~/wksp_efi/edk2-2$ make -C BaseTools/

(unit_test_env) jshi19@ub2-uefi-b01:~/wksp_efi/edk2-2$ stuart_setup -c .pytool/CISettings.py TOOL_CHAIN_TAG=GCC5

(unit_test_env) jshi19@ub2-uefi-b01:~/wksp_efi/edk2-2$ stuart_update -c .pytool/CISettings.py TOOL_CHAIN_TAG=GCC5

SECTION - Init SDE

WARNING - Using Pip Tools based BaseTools

SECTION - Loading Plugins

SECTION - Start Invocable Tool

SECTION - Initial update of environment

UpdatingWARNING - [SDE] Failed to fetch NugetDependecy: edk2-acpica-iasl@....0: [Nuget] We failed to install this version 20200717.0.0 of edk2-acpica-iasl

WARNING - [SDE] Failed to fetch NugetDependecy: mu_nasm@2.15.05: [Nuget] We failed to install this version 2.15.05 of mu_nasm

. Done

SECTION -       Updated/Verified 3 dependencies

SECTION - Second pass update of environment

UpdatingWARNING - [SDE] Failed to fetch NugetDependecy: edk2-acpica-iasl@....0: [Nuget] We failed to install this version 20200717.0.0 of edk2-acpica-iasl

WARNING - [SDE] Failed to fetch NugetDependecy: mu_nasm@2.15.05: [Nuget] We failed to install this version 2.15.05 of mu_nasm

. Done

SECTION -       Updated/Verified 3 dependencies

ERROR - We were unable to successfully update 2 dependencies in environment

SECTION - Summary

ERROR - Error

 

 

 

 

Thanks

 

Steven Shi

 

 

 

 


Rebecca Cran
 

Your Linux distribution should have a nuget package available (e.g. https://packages.ubuntu.com/hirsute/nuget) but the EDK2 CI is designed to use the copy of nuget installed with the edk2toolext package.


--
Rebecca Cran


On 6/29/21 9:44 AM, Steven Shi wrote:

Cran, Thanks. I’m curious whether the .pytool has native Linux executable binary to run? It looks the edk2 CI framework has more dependency in Linux than Windows.

 

 

Thanks

 

Steven Shi

Intel\IAGS\SFP\FIA (Firmware Infrastructure Automation)

 

 

From: devel@edk2.groups.io <devel@edk2.groups.io> On Behalf Of Rebecca Cran
Sent: Tuesday, June 29, 2021 8:13 PM
To: devel@edk2.groups.io; Shi, Steven <steven.shi@...>
Subject: Re: [edk2-devel] Do the edk2 CI unit tests work in Linux?

 

NuGet.exe is a .NET assembly/executable, so on Linux you'll need to install Mono (https://www.mono-project.com/).

 

--

Rebecca Cran

 

 

On 6/28/21 7:45 PM, Steven Shi wrote:

Hello,

I’m interested in the edk2 CI unit tests(https://github.com/tianocore/edk2/tree/master/.pytool). I tested it in my local. It works well in Windows but does not work in Linux. It looks the NuGet in pytool only has windows version (C:\steven\unit_test_env\Lib\site-packages\edk2toolext\bin\NuGet.exe) but not support the Linux. Below is my detail test steps. Do the edk2 CI unit tests work in Linux?

 

  1. Windows :

c:\steven>py -m venv unit_test_env

c:\steven>cd  c:\steven\edk2

c:\steven\edk2>c:\steven\unit_test_env\Scripts\activate.bat

(unit_test_env) c:\steven\edk2>pip install --upgrade -r pip-requirements.txt

(unit_test_env) c:\steven\edk2>stuart_setup -c .pytool/CISettings.py TOOL_CHAIN_TAG=VS2019

(unit_test_env) c:\steven\edk2>stuart_update -c .pytool/CISettings.py TOOL_CHAIN_TAG=VS2019

(unit_test_env) c:\steven\edk2>edksetup.bat

(unit_test_env) c:\steven\edk2>edksetup.bat Rebuild

(unit_test_env) c:\steven\edk2>stuart_ci_build -c .pytool/CISettings.py TOOL_CHAIN_TAG=VS2019 -a X64,IA32 -t DEBUG --verbose

PROGRESS - Overall Build Status: Success

SECTION - Summary

PROGRESS - Success

 

  1. Linux:

jshi19@ub2-uefi-b01:~/wksp_efi$ python3 -m venv unit_test_env

jshi19@ub2-uefi-b01:~/wksp_efi$ source unit_test_env/bin/activate

(unit_test_env) jshi19@ub2-uefi-b01:~/wksp_efi/edk2-2$ pip install --upgrade -r pip-requirements.txt

(unit_test_env) jshi19@ub2-uefi-b01:~/wksp_efi/edk2-2$ make -C BaseTools/

(unit_test_env) jshi19@ub2-uefi-b01:~/wksp_efi/edk2-2$ stuart_setup -c .pytool/CISettings.py TOOL_CHAIN_TAG=GCC5

(unit_test_env) jshi19@ub2-uefi-b01:~/wksp_efi/edk2-2$ stuart_update -c .pytool/CISettings.py TOOL_CHAIN_TAG=GCC5

SECTION - Init SDE

WARNING - Using Pip Tools based BaseTools

SECTION - Loading Plugins

SECTION - Start Invocable Tool

SECTION - Initial update of environment

UpdatingWARNING - [SDE] Failed to fetch NugetDependecy: edk2-acpica-iasl@....0: [Nuget] We failed to install this version 20200717.0.0 of edk2-acpica-iasl

WARNING - [SDE] Failed to fetch NugetDependecy: mu_nasm@2.15.05: [Nuget] We failed to install this version 2.15.05 of mu_nasm

. Done

SECTION -       Updated/Verified 3 dependencies

SECTION - Second pass update of environment

UpdatingWARNING - [SDE] Failed to fetch NugetDependecy: edk2-acpica-iasl@....0: [Nuget] We failed to install this version 20200717.0.0 of edk2-acpica-iasl

WARNING - [SDE] Failed to fetch NugetDependecy: mu_nasm@2.15.05: [Nuget] We failed to install this version 2.15.05 of mu_nasm

. Done

SECTION -       Updated/Verified 3 dependencies

ERROR - We were unable to successfully update 2 dependencies in environment

SECTION - Summary

ERROR - Error

 

 

 

 

Thanks

 

Steven Shi