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Posted by Do on May 15, 2013
Am trying to run the CORTEX_STM32F107_GCC_Rowley exemple in linux , the problem is that am having this error"FreeRTOSConfig.h: No such file or directory" .
Can you please tell me the steps that you followed to run the project.


Posted by Richard on May 15, 2013
As you are using Linux the most likely cause will be a backslash being used in an include path (Linux needing forward slashes).



Posted by Do on May 16, 2013
am using forword slashes, i created a folder which contain the source, the common and the cortex _STM32F107_GCC,
then i imported it as existing project in workspace and finally i included paths, did i miss something?


Posted by Richard on May 16, 2013
Your first post led me to believe you were using the Rowley IDE - hence my original response as forward slashes is normally the issue in that case.

Your second post makes me think you are using Eclipse. Which is it? Eclipse or Rowley?


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