Thanks. I'm running Ubuntu 20.04 on WSL2, is the e...
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Thanks. I'm running Ubuntu 20.04 on WSL2, is the edit made to grub in Ubuntu or in Centos? I tried "sudo nano /etc/default/grub" followed by "sudo update-grub" in Ubuntu and rebooted but am still seeing the same error. I'm a Docker noob and will need help if the edit needs to be made within Centos. Thanks again.
Could you elaborate on which modification exactly you've done to your
This one. As @Tim Edwards pointed out in issue #9, given that WSL doesn't actually use GRUB, this workaround doesn't seem to work for me. I'll probably just restart the install on a new dedicated machine. I just wish I'd known before spending all that time getting to this point:P
@Ernest Seah: See my comment in the openlane Issue; have you tried switching to centos7 in the dockerfile? It has some issues but it may be possible to work around them.
I did, but got stuck here when my day job distracted me:P Will look into it more later
@sto Thanks! That seems to have done the trick. I left it running over lunchtime and it seems to have completed all 22 steps with WSL2/Ubuntu 20.04/Centos 6
Got a bunch of permission denied errors when creating directory but don't have the password for superuser. I'm guessing something else is wrong since nobody else seems to be asking for it.
You shouldn't be running the container as root. The proper solution is to add your user to the docker group so you can do
docker run
. If you do
and "docker" is not one of them, you need to create the docker group using:
sudo groupadd docker
. Then you need to add youself to it using:
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sudo usermod -aG docker $USER
Note that you need to log out and re-log in for this to take effect (or - not recommended - use
newgrp docker
if you don't want to log out and back in again now).
Thanks. I tried that but am still getting the same permission denied error. What else should I check?
should the sky130A directory be under the skywater-pdk directory?
I deleted everything and did a from scratch install. Looks to be working now.
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