I'm trying to add filex on usb host using the Synergy configurator for a S5D9 mcu and i'm getting an error with which I have no idea what to do.
Im on SSP 1.6.0 and E2 studio 7.3.0 and adding to stack: X-Ware -> Filex -> FileX on usb storage.
Looks like this.
I have no idea what to about this error message. I found a post on this forum but that solution did not help for me, or i'm doing something wrong, https://renesasrulz.com/synergy/f/synergy---forum/11895/error-filex---usbx-host-updating-to-ssp-1-5-3-and-e2-studio-v7-2-0.
Has somebody got an idea what to do or at least get some more debug information?
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Hi JanetC and WarrenM, Ok, I've got a lot to tell, hope I'm able to make any sense and please tell me if I got something wrong. I asked my colleague why file_stub is in the http_server, we're both not quite sure but it seems to be some kind of placeholder (maybe when he added the http server, to long ago to remember). Then we figured out that instead of the file_stub we should add the FileX on usb mass storage (will be qspi flash eventually, just for now). At this point we still had the same error in the configurator as when I started this topic. Then we took a closer look at the http_server and there where a couple of ThreadX sources blocks. Thinking maybe this is the "source" mentioned in the error message we deleted them, still the same error. Then we wanted to add them again, the only option when clicking to add was "use". Didn't think anything of it and moved on. Then I think after removing tx_src from the components which apparently also removes those ThreadX source blocks, we clicked to add a ThreadX source en then the only option was "new". Then we also noticed the original error was gone. So somewhere the issue was fixed, not sure when or why it wasn't when I did this yesterday. So long story short, configurator seems to be happy now and the project builds again, no idea if it works yet. Could someone explain what those ThreadX source blocks are used for? In the http_server for example you can add them but it doesn't say optional, should I add them? I can't add an image to this post otherwise I would. Kind regards
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