[En-Nut-Discussion] Ethernut 4.4.0 install problems

Joe Pepe jpepe3 at comcast.net
Thu Nov 15 13:10:39 CET 2007

I've had Nut/OS successfully installed on my Win XP machine for 5

I'm running it on a AT91Sam7X256-EK board using arm-gcc, eclipse and yagarto
tool chain.


Tonight, after backing up my entire folder,

 I attempted to upgrade to Nut/OS 4.4.0 and get the following console output
using the configurator:


01:09:44: Nut/OS Configurator Version 1.4.3

01:09:44: Linked to wxWidgets 2.8.3

01:09:44: Running on Windows XP (build 2600, Service Pack 2)

01:09:44: Working in c:\ethernut-4.4.0

01:09:52: Loading nut/conf/repository.nut

01:09:52: Loading C:/ethernut-4.4.0/nut/conf/at91sam7x-ek_JCP_Failed.conf

01:09:52: OK

01:10:01: Creating Makefiles for arm-gcc in C:/ethernut-4.4.0/nutbld

01:10:01: Creating header files in C:/ethernut-4.4.0/nutbld

01:10:01: OK

01:10:02: ----- Running 'make clean' -----

01:10:02: Located C:\ethernut-4.4.0\nut\tools\win32\make.exe

01:10:03: ----- 'make clean' terminated successfully -----

01:10:03: ----- Running 'make all' -----

01:10:03: Located C:\ethernut-4.4.0\nut\tools\win32\make.exe

C:/ethernut-4.4.0/nut/arch/arm/os/context.c:88:20: error: string.h: No such
file or directory

cc1.exe: warnings being treated as errors

C:/ethernut-4.4.0/nut/arch/arm/os/context.c: In function 'NutThreadCreate':

C:/ethernut-4.4.0/nut/arch/arm/os/context.c:269: warning: implicit
declaration of function 'memcpy'

C:/ethernut-4.4.0/nut/arch/arm/os/context.c:269: warning: incompatible
implicit declaration of built-in function 'memcpy'

make[1]: *** [arm/os/context.o] Error 1

make: *** [all] Error 2

01:10:03: ----- 'make all' failed with error 2 -----


I believe that I've following the guide at

to the letter. 

I've used the C:\ethernut-4.4.0  folder as the parent folder for the
install, which is the folder 

where the new files and folder structure are installed when unpacking the
self extracting .exe file.


Can anyone shed some light on why this upgrade will not install?


Thanks much.




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