introduction-to-lab

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CSE 380 Introduction to Fronczak 206 Terminology IDE Integrated Development Environment ADS ARM Developer Suite AXD ARM Extended Debugger ARMulator ARM Core Simulator Angel ARM Debug Monitor Build Target Target System Example ARM7TDMI ARM Developer Suite CodeWarrior IDE Development Environment GUI Metrowerks Program Development Enter Source Code Compile/Assemble Link Debug Types of Errors Syntax Runtime
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When You Get To Lab Log In Make sure your network drive is mapped Double click on My Computer Look for a drive mapped to hadar (most likely N:) If it doesn’t exist, map it as follows Click on the Tools drop down menu and select Map Network Drive Select N: for the drive name and type in \\hadar\username for the folder where username is your username Make sure the Reconnect at Logon is checked Click Finish The network drive stores your files on hadar.cse.buffalo.edu
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