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Service Pack 1 for Wind River Linux 2.0 (Replaced by Service Pack 2)

Released: Mar 23, 2012     Updated: Mar 23, 2012



Click here to get Service Pack 2 for Wind River Linux 2.0

  • Service Pack FAQs:
    • A Service Pack is an accumulation of patches that have been tested together for compatibility.
    • Previously released point patches that were posted to OLS, but that are now included in a Service Pack, are obsolete as stand-alone point patches.
    • Applying a Service Pack rather than point patches is strongly recommended.
  • For detailed descriptions of the defects fixed in this Service Pack, click on the defect numbers listed in the "SPRs" section below.
  • Be sure to save and review the README_2.0.1.txt file, which contains important release notes for this service pack. The README file on this page differs from the README file conatined in the zip file. The README on this page contains updated information.
  • SUSE hosts: Customers using SUSE hosts should read the Known Problems section of the README file for information on further patches that will be required.
  • This service pack is only compatible with Wind River Linux 2.0 and cannot be applied to or used with any other version of Wind River Linux, i.e., do not apply to WR Linux 1.x installations.

IDENTIFIER = WR Linux 2.0 SP-1


Product Version

Real-Time Core 5.1, Linux Platforms 2.0



  • Wind River Support can best assist you if you have installed all parts of the latest Service Pack for your product.

Installation Notes

Installation Notes

Step 1 - Prepare

  • Shut down all product processes, including any license servers.
  • All applicable products and patches should be installed prior to applying this Service Pack. If you subsequently install more products from your initial product shipment, you should re-apply the Service Pack.
  • If you have altered any Wind River-supplied files in your install tree (not a recommended practice), archive them manually prior to installing any updates as these files may be overwritten during the installation process.

Step 2 - Download

  • Download the zip file to a temporary directory on your host machines.

    For this Service Pack, do not download or unzip the files into your installDir/updates directory.

Step 3 - Unzip

  • On Windows (requires WinZip):
    Right-click on the zip file
    Select WinZip -> Extract to here
  • On Linux or Solaris:
    unzip *.zip
  • If you do not have unzip in your path, you can find it in

Step 4 - Install

  • Go into the DVD directory created by unzipping the Service Pack (e.g. C:\tmp\DVD-R128063.1-1-00 or /home/myuserid/DVD-R128063.1-1-00).
  • Run the setup executable applicable to your host (Windows: setup.exe; Linux: setup_linux; Solaris: setup_solaris).
  • Install all products that are check-marked by default.

Step 5 - After installation

  • Restart any license servers (if applicable).
  • Re-build any pre-existing Workbench Projects.

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