Hello, how are you?
I'm working on a project and I have to get DAP-Link to run, however, I'm having some difficulties getting the environment to run. I'm following the tutorial link github.com/.../DEVELOPERS-GUIDE.md
I am having problems in the step where I must execute the command:
"$ tools / mbedcli_compile.py"
the following error appears:
"Building project DAPLink (k20dx_frdmkl02z_if, ARM)
Compile [1.3%]: frdmkl02z.c
[ERROR] Error: C9555E: Failed to check out a license.
The license file could not be found. Check that ARMLMD_LICENSE_FILE is set correctly.
ARMLMD_LICENSE_FILE is not set. You must set this to the path to your license.
Information about this error is available at: http://ds.arm.com/support/lic87/m1
General licensing information is available at: http://ds.arm.com/support/licensing/ "
Can anybody help me? Do I really need this license? If so, how do I get it?
Thanks in advance!
Though I am not personally familiar with this project, I see it uses the Arm Compilers, which are indeed license managed.Have you installed Arm Development Studio? If you go to Help > Arm License Manager within the IDE, you can generate an evaluation license which should allow you to proceed.https://developer.arm.com/tools-and-software/embedded/arm-development-studio/downloads
can I get a trial license to use the arm compilers standalone? and can I buy a license to use the arm compilers standalone?
Sorry no, it is only provided as a component of Keil MDK or Arm Development Studio.30-day eval licenses are available:https://www.keil.com/support/man/docs/license/license_eval.htmhttps://developer.arm.com/tools-and-software/embedded/arm-development-studio/evaluate
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