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Author: Gustavo Cuozzo (Guest)
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I have problem with comand "make" and "ln"

/usr/bin/sh: uname: comand not foud
/usr/bin/sh: sed: comand not foud
/usr/bin/sh: uname: comand not foud
/usr/bin/sh: tr: comand not foud
/usr/bin/sh: sed: comand not foud
Configuring for colibri board...
d:\colibri\....\mkconfig: ln comand not found
make: *** [colibri_config] Error 127

What I do??
thanks,
Gustavo

Author: Martin Thomas (Guest)
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Gustavo Cuozzo wrote:
> I have problem with comand "make" and "ln"
>
> /usr/bin/sh: uname: comand not foud
> /usr/bin/sh: sed: comand not foud
> /usr/bin/sh: uname: comand not foud
> /usr/bin/sh: tr: comand not foud
> /usr/bin/sh: sed: comand not foud
> Configuring for colibri board...
> d:\colibri\....\mkconfig: ln comand not found
> make: *** [colibri_config] Error 127
>
> What I do??
> thanks,
> Gustavo

It seems that the makefile needs special tools/"utils". These tools are
not included in WinARM to avoid to many side-effects (there is sed
called WinARM_sed.exe but no uname or tr). You can get the programs for
Win32 from unxutils, mingw, gnuwin32 and cygwin. A good collection can
be found in Eric Weddington's WinAVR-collectoin (it's AVR not ARM).
After installation see WinAVR/utils/bin. You can replace the tools in
WinARM with those from WinAVR or simply remove the WinARM/utils/entry
from the PATH and keep the WinAVR/utils/bin entry. (Take care: there is
for example a Windows-Command "find" and a GNU-Command "find")

Martin Thomas

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