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chjc101
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I follow the instructions S32G2-VNP-RDB2 Software Enablement Guide.  In the part 'Light Up RGB LED Based On Real Time Drivers', I find some difference between mine project and project in tutorial. I don't have OS option in peripheral tool, there are only MCAL and driver. 

Have I missed any package?

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mikedoidge
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Hello @chjc101,

Our version matches yours. You are not missing anything. The image in the Software Enablement Guide is likely showing some content which is not yet released. These documents are created using engineering builds and don't always match the release 100%.

As you can see, there is no step where you are asked to add any OS components, so there is no impact to the 'Light Up RGB LED' application example.

Best Regards,

Mike

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bpe
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

I have verified the steps described in S32G-VNP-RDB2-SW-UG slides 10 through 24 on a fresh
installation of S32DS with the most recent update for S32G2 processors:

Image_2021-08-09_15-59-44.png

 

 

 

 

 

This update is newer than the one mentioned in the document. I do not see the
"OS" box either, but the steps do work and produce a valid code. If you wish
to receive a ready project, please open a Support Case.

Best Regards,
Platon

 

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mikedoidge
NXP Employee
NXP Employee

Hello @chjc101,

Our version matches yours. You are not missing anything. The image in the Software Enablement Guide is likely showing some content which is not yet released. These documents are created using engineering builds and don't always match the release 100%.

As you can see, there is no step where you are asked to add any OS components, so there is no impact to the 'Light Up RGB LED' application example.

Best Regards,

Mike

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chjc101
Contributor I

Hello Mike,

Thank you for your answer. The application lights the LED successfully. 

Best regards

Richard

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