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Exertion Instrument Server

Page history last edited by Noah Vawter 12 years, 4 months ago


I'm setting up a server on http://exer2.xvm.mit.edu


This will be a place where you can compile exertion instrument code online!



So far, I'm following these instructions here: 





1. One change so far:  the server http://savannah.inetbridge.net/  seems to be down at the time I'm building this.  however, the file in question avr-libc-1.6.4.tar.bz2 was easily "googleable" from a new location.  having other issues atm...


2.  It seems that for the "make install" to work in the avrlibc phase, it has to run avr-ranlib as root, and avr-ranlib is not necessarily in the root's path on a stock machine :)  A simple line like this works:   export PATH=$PATH:/usr/local/avr/bin



8/4/2010 - okay I have successfully built the atmel tools on linux, having contacted Matthew Beckler, who published the atmel-on-linux install guide mentioned above.  He added that this kind of instruction is a moving target!  I agree.  now that I've built, I'm off to test this stuff!  -Noah



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