suggestions for install file path of ASF 2.9.0

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Hi,

I'm using AVR Studio 4 with BitCloud and installed AVR Software Framework 2.9.0 at the C:/ root directory. The AVR:2049-Getting Started note doesn't make a recommendation for the install file path.

So, I'm looking for suggestions that work with AVR Studio 4.

Thanks

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You will get a better answer in the Framework forum.

Jim

Jim Wagner Oregon Research Electronics, Consulting Div. Tangent, OR, USA There are some answers that have no questions.

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opps, I see the admin moved this thread under that heading.
Sorry. I hope this still gets suggestions.
best regards

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I'm not sure i understand your problem, are you searching for recommendation for the BitCould files?

-sma

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Move it to the nul: device. That's where it belongs.

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Thanks for your replies.
Sorry if this was not clear. I'm installing the AVR Software Framework (ASF).
When I installed it, the file path is not specified. The Getting Started Guide does not give any hints. When I open up AVR Studio 4 I can't find the examples in any of the AVR Studio menus. ASF is not loaded automatically in AVR Studio 4, unlike the new AVR Studio 5.

I am hoping someone has a preferred file path that works with AVR Studio 4. Thanks for your help.

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When installing Studio 5, the ASF is hidden (not in clear) into the Studio install path, you can't access to the source outside of Studio 5.
The ASF source (includes gcc makefile and IAR projects) are available in the ASF standalone archive on www.atmel.com/asf

-sma

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Thanks for your reply.
My question refers to AVR Studio 4, only.

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Maybe AVR Studio 4 can use the ASF standalone package gcc makefile?
Any reason not switching to Studio 5?
-sma

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what is your targert, avr32? I prefer AVR32 Studio 2.x

avr32 studio, as an eclipse environment, supports usage of make files and suits very well for avr32 development

-sb