Date: Tue, 26 Jul 2011 16:37:24 -0300 From: Yuri Gonzaga <yuriggc@...il.com> To: crypt-dev@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Yuri's Status Report - #11 of 15 Hi, there! I am sorry for the lateness of this report. - Accomplishments - David has set a remote machine with a M501 board. It is working fine! - Helloworld example run properly both by "purty" (using ssh -X) and "PicoBus128_Helloworld.cpp" - Eksblowfish loop verilog was adapted to PicoBus128, including some simulation - Modification to JtR code to communicate with a single loop core. In this point, I need some help. I changed the JtR's Makefile to include the search path "$PICOBASE/software/include" in CFLAGS variable. Moreover, I run make on folder $PICOBASE/software/pico_drv and copied pico.o to JtR's source folder. So, I included the pico.o to JOHN_OBJS variable in JtR's Makefile. Apparently, it compiled well, but returned the following error message: > make: *** No rule to make target `BF_std.o', needed by `../run/john'. > Stop. > make: Leaving directory `/home/yuri/john-1.7.8/src' > make: *** [linux-x86-64] Error 2 How is the best way to tell make where to find Pico includes and compiled library for PicoDrv? - Verilog for multiple cores manager (not finished) - Priorities - Correct JtR's makefile to compile and link properly - It will be useful both to one as multiple cores - Test JtR's on M501 for single core - Finish verilog for Manager of multiple cores - Integrate to Alexander's patch for JtR multiple cores - Test JtR's on M501 for multiple cores Best Regards, --- Yuri Gonzaga Gonçalves da Costa Content of type "text/html" skipped
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