I'm a bit frustrated with the soceds tool. even I tried to compile the examples in the altera installation folder, it pop up some strange tool chain issues like g++ not found . Any one know how to fix this tool chain breakage? the axample is Altera-SoCFPGA-HelloWorld-Baremetal-GNU.tar
try do not use the windows short cut, and invoke the elipse or ds-5 via the embedded command shell.... as the embedded command shell will automatically link you too all those require environment tool chain locations..But.. window shortcut won't.... and those read out from the web related with ds-5 maybe is not specifically for Altera products.
the latest soc eds guide i saw fomr the altera web already stated clearly in order to launch the ds-5 elipse, only way is through the embedded command shell. There fore i guess those user who seeing your error usually are from windows based people. :D
if you try to follow those steps from the web for manually install all those tool chain, i tried before, adding window environment and path, end up compilation end with failed ot generate the .axf debug file..... so.... please forget about the window short cut of ds-5 or eclipse.
Hi,I'm experiencing the same Error on a Linux machine. I want to get started with programming the ARM in my DE1-SoC, so I downloaded the SoC EDS Community Edition. I chosed the Altera-SoCFPGA-HelloWorld-Baremetal-GNU Project for starting with the Altera Baremetal GCC Toolchain, but I get the same g++ not found error when I try to compile the Project. I started Eclipse via Command Shell (is there any different option under Linux?). I read that using the original ARM Bare Metal compiler needs a license, but am I right that using the GNU Baremetal GCC Compiler should be possible with the Community Edition, without any additional license? Or may this be the source of my problem?
@J_FHMS, you need to use the Embedded Command Shell script/file and then run "eclipse" inside that shell. The shell gives environment variables like which compiler to use when building the HWLIB examples.
--- Quote Start --- @J_FHMS, you need to use the Embedded Command Shell script/file and then run "eclipse" inside that shell. --- Quote End --- That's the way I did it.