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kaushal
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ARM DS 2020 "unresolve inclusion : <stdio.h>

I have installed ARM DS 2020 and in Project Explore i import below example

C:\intelFPGA\20.1\embedded\examples\software\Altera-SoCFPGA-HelloWorld-Baremetal-GNU.tar

1. Immediately i observe "red Cross" mark on my project folder name 

2. when I open the hello.c file, i observe that there is "?" in front of #include<stdio.h>,Problem1.jpg when i click on that it says "unresolved inclusion : <stdio.h>" 

i guess that it wont find include library path, if this is not the case then kindly suggest me how do i configure it to overcome this problem.

 

Regards

kaushal

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Eliath_G_Intel
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Hi Kaushal,

First of all, thank you for reaching us.

 

Regarding your issue:

this can be caused due to it doesn't find the compiler library, this can happen by the accidental omission of a step in the installation or run process.

I suggest to check the following link and follow the recommendations it has.

 

Please do not hesitate on contacting me if any doubts prompt up.

Regards,

-Eliath

kaushal
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Thanking you for your time and support ,

The link you have suggest resolve my current issue but lead to new issue.

https://community.intel.com/t5/Intel-SoC-FPGA-Embedded/Intel-ARM-DS-2020-0-with-SoCEDS-on-Windows-10...

but this time i am using Q18.1

Actually Creating software Development environment Using ARM DS2020.0 Intel Edition is very difficult , i am struggling from past one month but still not able to run this below example design (Hardware and Software for AD9361)

https://github.com/analogdevicesinc/no-OS/tree/master/ad9361/sw

This is above mentioned example design work in my arm ds-5 environment but not in Arm DS2020.0 environment 

I am using Soc Cyclone V Embedded Development Kit

Regards

kaushal 

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