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Problems with uIP Rowley Demo for ARM7

Posted by Jesus Sanchez-Palencia on April 4, 2009
Hey! I'm trying to run this demo --> http://www.freertos.org/portrowleylpc2124.html
on this LPC-E2124 board from Olimex.

I've already tried with CrossStudio (CrossWorks for ARM) versions 1.6 and 1.7, on Linux, but all I can get is an error message on the end of the building (while linking, I guess) saying that "no memory map file is set".

The thing is that I've already edited the project's properties and set this file for the xml which came with the demo and the error persists.

Does anyone know what can be happening or if is there any other example that I could try out?

Thanks in advance,
jesus

RE: Problems with uIP Rowley Demo for ARM7

Posted by Dave on April 4, 2009
Have you installed the LPC2000 support package for Crossworks? You have to install this separately using one of the menus in the IDE.

RE: Problems with uIP Rowley Demo for ARM7

Posted by Jesus Sanchez-Palencia on April 6, 2009
You were right! This solved my problem!
Thanks!


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