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(INFO) LPCXpresso on RosaLinux

Discussion created by lpcware Employee on Jun 15, 2016
Latest reply on Jun 15, 2016 by lpcware
Content originally posted in LPCWare by elektronist on Mon Apr 27 02:20:59 MST 2015
I've been using LPCXpresso since more than two years on RosaLinux but with a nasty problem of being squizzed into 8K debug limit even though it is -free- lisenced and 256K shown on info page. Also had on recent versions turkish locale and menu problems. Here I'd like to share my solution.

LPCXpresso from KDE menu should be run by 'run in terminal' checked.
With turkish locale and CMSIS (non LPCOpen) libraries LPC176x projects can't be compiled.

Terminal issue solved by using a script to run LPCXpresso.
Turkish locale issue solved by exporting LC_ALL=en_US.utf8 in this script.
And finally 8K issue is solved by adding /sbin into $PATH.


#!/bin/bash

export LC_ALL=en_US.utf8
PATH=$PATH:/sbin
export PATH

cd /usr/local/lpcxpresso_7.7.2_379/lpcxpresso/

./lpcxpresso



This is my script to start LPCXpresso and use fully -free- activated.

Note: After adding /sbin into the PATH variable LPCXpresso should be reactivated because activation codes changes.

Without /sbin in the path
crt_emu_cm3_nxp -info-license

couldn't find ip executable.

Now I'm happy to use LPCXpresso with 256K limit and get rid of any *buntu from my system.  :)

This solution possibly can be applied on OpenMandriva and Mageia.









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