Hi,This is my first post, my first question concerning linux-anything, and I'm pretty close to brand new to the linux environment on the whole. I will do my best to include as much... [by sacredfaith]
on 08/01/2009 – Made popular on 08/01/2009
I have successfully configured a Linux/Ubuntu + Eclipse + openocd software development environment for the TIVA TM4C123 microcontroller. I pretty much followed Kernel Hacks and made necessary changes to incorporate the advances in tools. I have tested the environment/configuration by created in simple blinky and UART C project, and everything works well.
In a recent announcement about a new Update Pack for the Linux Mint Debian Edition operating system, Clement Lefebvre has revealed that the upcoming Linux Mint 16 distribution will include Cinnamon 2.0 and MATE 1.8. It's official!
I am trying to port a module to a newer linux kernel. Unfortunately the error at the bottom of this post pops up.
While I am used to this when I forget to include the right header, I am sure that touching the linux headerfiles is not the right solution here.
I have multiple eclipse SDKs installed on my linux notebook. They are in different directories and I do not remember which is the last one I installed. The command 'which eclipse' gets me /usr/bin/eclipse. /usr/bin/eclipse is a shell script that (among other things) sets ECLIPSE=/usr/lib/eclipse/eclipse.