Problem installing AVR32Studio on Windows XP

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Hi,

I've searched the forums, but didn't find anything close to what I'm experiencing.

I try to install AVR32Studio on my PC to get playin' with my new NGW100, and everything seems to install but when I fire it up it says:

avr32program , avr32gdbproxy , avr32-gdb ... and some more,

"There are multiple problems with dependant executables or path settings. Please consult the user guide for details."

...but the User Guide is quite brief and doesn't try to explain this at all.

I do a 'cygwin' directory containing these things in 'C:\cygwin\usr\local\bin'. Perhaps I need to modify the PATH environment variable myself? If so, what do I put in? c:\cygwin? C:\cygwin\usr\local\bin?

Anyone else experienced this?

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I fixed it by uninstalling everything, cleaning up my PATH system environment variable a bit, and installing cygwin myself before installing the studio and toolchain.

It's a lengthy process but now it says "Enjoy!" so I will!

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I have similar issues. Its to told to me that sometimes avr32 install will not put path variables correctly.

You can manually add them and reboot also.

C:\cygwin\usr\local\bin;c:\cygwin\bin;

also i found out to trying to use I needed to add to the linker command -lm.

Hope this helps others, as it can be frustrationg trying to learn a new platform.