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mbr123
Contributor I

Ladies & Gents,

 

I'm using Codewarrior Dev Studio, Power Architecture, v8.8.3 build 90619 and have a the following license for Windows:

 

CWP-STANDARD-FL CWP-STANDARD

 

Now I've created a new EPPC project with the project wizard. The linker is Freescale PowerPC EABI Linker. The processor is PowerPC 8315 and the board is the 8315 RDB. Programming language is c and connection to board is CodeWarrior USB TAB.

 

So far so good but when I now try to compile and debug the project I get the following error:

 

 

 

Error   : Unable to use the plugin "MW C/C++ PPC EABI". It is licensed and a valid license key was not found.
License server does not support this feature
Feature:       Win32_Plugins_Comp_PPC
License path:  27000@CR5000;D:\Programme\Freescale\CodeWarrior PA V8.8 -
   \license.dat
FLEXlm error:  -18,147
For further information, refer to the FLEXlm End User Manual,
available at "www.macrovision.com".

 

An unknown error occurred when compiling file "main.c" for target "Debug Version" for project "xzy.mcp".

 

Error   : Unable to use the plugin "MW C/C++ PPC EABI". It is licensed and a valid license key was not found.
License server does not support this feature
Feature:       Win32_Plugins_Comp_PPC
License path:  27000@CR5000;D:\Programme\Freescale\CodeWarrior PA V8.8 -
   \license.dat
FLEXlm error:  -18,147
For further information, refer to the FLEXlm End User Manual,
available at "www.macrovision.com".

 

An unknown error occurred when compiling file "sc_handler.c" for target "Debug Version" for project "xzy.mcp".

 

Error   : Unable to use the plugin "MW C/C++ PPC EABI". It is licensed and a valid license key was not found.
License server does not support this feature
Feature:       Win32_Plugins_Comp_PPC
License path:  27000@CR5000;D:\Programme\Freescale\CodeWarrior PA V8.8 -
   \license.dat
FLEXlm error:  -18,147
For further information, refer to the FLEXlm End User Manual,
available at "www.macrovision.com".

 

An unknown error occurred when compiling file "__ppc_eabi_init.c" for target "Debug Version" for project "xzy.mcp".

Can somebody tell me what is going wrong? Do I have the wrong licence to create a bareboard application?

 

Thank you very much for your help

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CrasyCat
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Hello

Standard edition license should allow you to build C source code.

 

If this is not working I would recommend you to submit a service request explaining you are facing a licensing issue:

Click here to submit a service request.

Make sure to attach the log file from the FLEXlm license server to the SR.

CrasyCat

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mbr123
Contributor I

Hello CrasyCat,

 

my environment variable only contains 27000@CR5000. I've added an additional Professional CW License to our license server and it is working fine!

So shouldn't the program also be compilable with the Standard CW License?

 

Well tomorrow I'll temporarily remove the Professional License and change the environtment variable as suggested.

 

Thank you very much for further help

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CrasyCat
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Hello

Standard edition license should allow you to build C source code.

 

If this is not working I would recommend you to submit a service request explaining you are facing a licensing issue:

Click here to submit a service request.

Make sure to attach the log file from the FLEXlm license server to the SR.

CrasyCat

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CrasyCat
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Hello

 

Can you please try the following:

  - Close CodeWarrior

  - Open the e System Control Panel and change to the "Advance" tab.

  - Click on "Environment Variable

  - In the System Variables list box scroll down until you see LM_LICENSE_FILE

  - Change LM_LICENSE_FILE from

     27000@CR5000;D:\Programme\Freescale\CodeWarrior PA V8.8\license.dat
     to

     D:\Programme\Freescale\CodeWarrior PA V8.8\license.dat;27000@CR5000
  - Click OK and close all dialog until system control panel window is closed.

  - Start CodeWarrior and try re-building.

Is it working better?

 

CrasyCat

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