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Diagnostic Log and Trace Daemon Install and Smoke Test Walk Through

April 9, 2018

 

This post walks through installing the dlt-daemon on Ubuntu 16.04.2 and smoke testing it.

 

Install

 

1. Install the dependencies

 

Open a terminal and type:

Type 'Y' when prompted. 

 

2. Clone the source

 

3. Build it

Run these commands:

Command output

 

Output from cmake ..

 

Output from make

 

 Output from sudo make install

 

Output from sudo ldconfig

None

 

Output from sudo ldconfig -v (verbose option)

 

4. Create api documentation

 

First pull in Doxygen (this step is not listed in the instructions)

Type 'Y' when prompted.

 

Then type:

I created the Doxygen output and hosted it here

 

Test it

 

1. Create dltdemo.c or clone https://github.com/pfefferz/dltdemo

 

dltdemo.c at link

 

2. Make it with

3. Test it with

 Note: when I ran ./dltdemo without touching /tmp/dlt I got an error.

 

References

  • The install instructions by Alexander Wenzel <Alexander.AW.Wenzel@bmw.de> are at link

  • The user manual also by Alexander is at link

  • Used the free HTML Escape / Unescape tool at link to put the post together

 

Additional Info

  • The dlt-daemon comes from GENIVI. From link, GENIVI is a "nonprofit industry alliance committed to driving the broad adoption of open source, In-Vehicle Infotainment (IVI) software and providing open technology for the connected car." There members are listed here.

  • The DLT Wiki can be found at this link.

 

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