I've installed the FreeRTOS SDK tool chain package (v1.0) and Eclipse version 2022-12 (4.26.0) on a clean/new Win10 laptop but I'm faced with a build error.:-
10:59:06 **** Incremental Build of configuration Debug for project da16200 ****make all make: unknown option -- no-print-directoryBusyBox v1.36.0.git (2023-01-29 16:36:13 UTC)
Usage: make [--posix] [-C DIR] [-f FILE] [j NUM] [-eiknpqrsSt] [MACRO[::]=VAL]... [TARGET]...
Maintain files based on their dependencies
--posix Enforce POSIX mode -C DIR Change to DIR -f FILE Makefile -j NUM Jobs to run in parallel (not implemented) -e Environment variables override macros in makefiles -i Ignore exit status -k Continue on error -n Dry run -p Print macros and targets -q Query target; exit status 1 if not up to date -r Don't use built-in rules -s Make silently -S Stop on error -t Touch files instead of making themmake: *** [makefile:121: all] Error 1"make all" terminated with exit code 2. Build might be incomplete.
10:59:11 Build Failed. 1 errors, 0 warnings. (took 5s.101ms)
I've not found a solution on the web. Can you help?
I notice that during the install the text advised be that the install would require 3GB of HDD space! That's a lot of bloat!
I have another laptop - Win11 with Arm tools already installed but that also fails - in more interesting ways.- builds the DA16200.elf file but then fails with unable to find the file specified. I can grab logs and post here if I'm unable to get this machine building - I'm hoping to be able to find which tool it's looking for from a working buiild.
Hi All,Apologies for the delay.Our team has solved this compatibility issue. The script for installing the toolchain has been updated. Please re-install the toolchain below.Also, the build tools in the…
The build now works for me on Windows 10 22H2 and Eclipse 2023-03. Thank you, Renesas!
The build now works for me on Windows 11 ver.21H2 and Eclipse 2023-03 (4.27.0).
Thank you so much, Renesas Team!!
Yes, I've followed those steps before I posted the problem.
Have you tried on a clean build - without any prevoius tools installed?
I'd love to find an old document that guided me to install the correct tools manually rather then using Xpack.
Hi Keith,Thank you for the reply.Unfortunately, I have not tried to build the latest SDK on a clean PC. The PC I am using has built the last 3 SDK versions without an issue.Are you facing this issue only on the specific setup? You are not able to build the latest SDK on any pc setup?Kind Regards,OV_Renesas
I only have access to the current SDK.
I just looked at the AWS SDK but it's not a standanlone SDK I need to add the project to the existing SDK. I'm not attempting that at this stage.
I've got access to 2 laptops.
My home Win10 - full access - run the https://www.renesas.com/us/en/document/sws/freertos-sdk-toolchain-package-v100?r=1600096 installer, installed Eclipse, followed the instructions and it fails as described above.
My Win11 Laptop I only have user rights so need to ask a grown up to install the tools. Given my experiance with my Win10 laptop I'm not going to bother them. I also already have the ARM tools - C:\Program Files (x86)\GNU Arm Embedded Toolchain\10 2021.10\bin and Python, Make/CMAKE etc. - remember the FreeRTOS SDK Toolchain Package v1.0.0 installer advises that the install with take an aditional 3GB! I don't wish to install duplicates of tools I already have - sounds reasonable? This build fails in different ways - not yet discussed here in detail. But I may have to run the installer just to tick the box so say it's done.
To be clear, I don't think this is a SDK issue - it's getting the tools installed correctly. If you can share the older install/getting started docs I'm sure I can get it building. I had it wokring in a previous life ;-)
Hi There,Thank you for the replies.I have raised an internal ticket regarding this issue, and I will get back to both of you as soon as possible.Kind Regards,Orestis