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Posted by lafleur on January 21, 2008
In re compiling for the PIC24HJ256GP610 on the Explorer16 demo board. I noted that the LCD driver used the parallel port for LCD setup, ie: using the PMADDR. This is NOT supported on the 24HJ processor.


Posted by lafleur on January 21, 2008

by using the lcd.c and lcd.h from the dspPIC30 demo file, I was able to build and load the demo on the Explorer16 board... no issues...


Posted by tinchogleria on July 5, 2017

Hi! I'm trying to compile freeRTOS demo for the PIC24FJ1024GB610 and the output when I build says: * lcd.c: In function 'prvLCDGotoRow': * lcd.c:148:3: error: 'PMADDR' undeclared (first use in this function) And the same for other symbols in the same file lcd.c. I followed your advice and I replaced 'lcd.c' and 'lcd.h' from 'FreeRTOSDemodsPIC_MPLAB' folder, but it doesn't work neither. Any idea of what could I try to solve this issue? Thanks in advance.

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