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Topic: XPC Target Standalone Issues
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Gordon Weast

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Re: XPC Target Standalone Issues
Posted: Jul 31, 2012 3:06 PM
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Neil,

You should contact MathWorks tech support about this. They will get
your problem addressed.

Gordon Weast
xPC Target Development
MathWorks

Neil wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I have been having issues with booting xpc target in standalone mode for
> a while now and I cannot understand why. I have read all of the
> instructions (from multiple sources) regarding booting in standalone mode:
>
> -Go to xpc Target Explorer
> -Select standalone mode as a boot option
> -Make sure the target preferences match the computer (such as IP)
> -Go to the model and compile it: a "model_xpc_emb" folder will appear.
> -Copy and paste the contents of this folder to the USB drive
> -Edit the 'autoexec.bat' file to include the correct model name "xpcboot
> Target_model.rtb" instead of the default "xpcboot Target~1.rtb"
>
> I perform these steps, reboot the computer and then it simply boots into
> Host-Target mode for some strange reason. I have repeated these steps
> tens of times with few variations resulting in either the aforementioned
> result or with the computer freezing. The only files on the drive are
> the three stated that are required to boot in standalone mode.
>
> Host-Target mode runs perfectly fine.
>
> My setup is:
>
> Matlab 2012a
> xPC Target version 5.2 (R2012a)
> Processor: Intel Core Duo
> OS: Windows XP Professional




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