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keil lpc2129 problem

Posted by jengoreda on September 13, 2007
Hi all,
I am new to FreeRTOS. recently i try to compile the freertos port for keil lpc2129 demo.
i am using uVision3 3.53.

1. during compile an error code --- Error: failed to execute 'C:\Keil\ARM\BIN\CA' . where can i get the CA compiler?

2. i goto Project -> manage -> component,environment,book ---> folder/extensions
change to use RealView compiler. alot of error n warning.

3. where should i put the downloaded FreeRTOS folder(contain the source code of the demos)? i install the uVision in partition C. but i put the download folder in partition D. will this cos the problem? i did try to put the folder in keil folder but still the same error and warning.

Thank you very much for your helps

RE: keil lpc2129 problem

Posted by Dave on September 13, 2007
>1. during compile an error code --- Error: failed to execute 'C:\Keil\ARM\BIN\CA' . where can i get the CA compiler?

You can't. The FreeRTOS port used CA, which was supplied by keil for a few months. Then after people had parted with their money, they scrapped it and switched to the ARM compiler.

Richard has an Keil ARM demo for the SAM7 which he can send you if you write to him directly. You would have to convert this to use the LPC.

RE: keil lpc2129 problem

Posted by jengoreda on September 14, 2007
hi Dave Thank u very much


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