I've seen some information that Ubuntu 16.04 and CodeWarrior 11.2.3 do not work together, is this true? The list of supported Operating Systems does not list Ubuntu 16.04 but I hoped maybe like the Power Processors, I might be able to make it work (this note from Quick Start guide for Power NOTE: Other Linux distributions can be used, but will likely require more manual identification and installation of missing libraries).
So far, I have installed CW Ver 11.2.3 on my Ubuntu 16.04 PC and manually installed the missing dependencies. I am able to launch the CW IDE. The trouble I've encountered is that when I try to create a project, my processor family is not listed. I'm using the LS1043A-RDB currently for development
Ubuntu 16.04 is not officially supported, but we didn't see any issues after dependencies were installed. Please confirm if you run Version: 11.2.3, Build Id: 170322. If this is the situation, let me know if you used CW4NET2017.03 for installation or you did an update.
I think I may have determined where I went wrong - I followed the wrong set of instructions for starting the CodeWarrior IDE. The correct way to start it from Linux command line is:
After doing this, the help/about show Version 11.2.3 and Build Id 170322
However, seems everything I try to do hangs with the dreaded spinning circle. Thank you for the assist, probably will open new thread if I can't make any more progress
Thank you for your reply, I'm a bit confused, I downloaded the file CodeWarriorNetworkedApplicationsLinuxHosted-Onlinev2017.03.tar which came from the NXP Software & Support Product list, under "Current" Version 11.2.3 Description CodeWarrior for QorIG LS Series ARMv8 ISA Evaluation/Update. I want to evaluate the product, perhaps that is why I don't have the full list of supported processors?
When I open the IDE and click Help/About the Installed Products shows this:
-CodeWarrior for APP