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Forum: ARM programming with GCC/GNU tools Check Home Directory C:/Users/Lab. The Environment var.


Author: Nils Soderman (nilswed)
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I have now spent hours trying to find a solution for the problem with 
setting the environment variable Home. It is today pointing to 
C:/Users/Lab and C is an SSD disk! The warning notice pops up every time 
I start Eclipse. So WHERE do I set this variable? And where should it 
point to? A directory suitable for all files Eclipse saves, I suppose?
Probably a simple question for people who KNOWS???
Please help before my SSD crashes!
Nils

Author: Martin Thomas (mthomas) (Moderator)
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Author: Nils Soderman (nilswed)
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Thank you Martin!
I was looking only in Eclipse for a way to change this variable.
One learns as long as one lives (hopefully!)
Thanks again!
Nils

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