I've been running avr-gcc, as part of WinAVR 2010-01 in XP in a VirtualBox emulation, for quite some time.
Everything was working fine until I started receiving this error:
Creating Extended Listing: PrinterHost.lss
avr-objdump -h -S -z PrinterHost.elf > PrinterHost.lss
/usr/bin/sh: PrinterHost.lss: No such file or directory
make: *** [PrinterHost.lss] Error 1
(this error started after a windows crash from a corrept usb flash drive. I'm not sure if this is the cause, or if it's something else I changed in the project. I reinstalled WinAVR and AVRstudio4 without helping.)
No PrinterHost.lss is created, however if I run the avr-objdump command line in a dos box, it completes successfully.
Another strange symptom is that "make clean" doesn't delete the .o/.lst/.lss/.hex/.elf files in the project directory. So another possible scenario I'm wondering about is that somehow windoze is confused by the mixed case names that are resident in the unix file store behind the virtualbox emulation.
Any help would be _very_ greatly appreciated!
p.s. I posted this first to avr-gcc list, but this seems a more WinAVR issue, so I reposted here.
p.p.s. I also posted there that I had some warnings WRT progmem, I've eliminated all of those warnings, still getting the error above.