Why do I get command not found error message when using command line tools?

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Why do I get command not found error message when using command line tools?

Postby migueljds » Mon Jul 15, 2019 5:09 pm

To use the command-line tools, you have to open a special shell (aka terminal)
See Chapter 3.2 Start the Command-line tools in the xTIMEcomposer User
Guide.

On a MAC you can go to the tools installation and double click on the
SetEnv.command; this creates a terminal window from where you can execute
all commands. Alternatively, start a terminal window and execute:
{{{
source /Applications/XMOS_xTIMEcomposer_Community_14.1.1/SetEnv.sh
}}}
Where you replace the 'Community_14.1.1' part with the string appropriate
for your tools distribution.

On a LINUX machine, open a terminal window and execute
{{{
source .../XMOS_xTIMEcomposer_Community_14.1.1/SetEnv.sh
}}}
Where you replace the 'Community_14.1.1' part with the string appropriate
for your tools distribution, and '...' with the path to your tools
installation.

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