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AT90CAN128 port works?

Posted by Breno Pinheiro on March 17, 2008
Hi, I saw in FRTOSForum that a professor has developed a port for AT90CAN128. Have someone already used it? Doest it work satisfactorily ?

I got a compilation error : "No rule to make target 'main.hex', needed by 'all'. What exactly is it?

The link of the port is: http://kschaefer.eit.h-da.de/ATMEL/CAN/index.html


Thanks for any help!!!!

RE: AT90CAN128 port works?

Posted by Richard on March 17, 2008
I have not come across that before. I have no reason to doubt its quality - but it is based on a rather (very) old version of FreeRTOS.org. You might want to update the core files.

You build error is probably indicative of make not being able to find the files required to build.

Regards.

RE: AT90CAN128 port works?

Posted by Breno Pinheiro on March 17, 2008
Do you know the version that you got it working? should it work with newer versions of FRTOS?

Thanks

RE: AT90CAN128 port works?

Posted by fkln on March 17, 2008
I have made a project with FreeRTOS and AT90CAN128.
If you are interested in these files, send a Email to "k dot fetscher at fetron dot de"

Klaus


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