[riot-devel] Fwd: tapsetup problem

Ludwig Knüpfer ludwig.knuepfer at fu-berlin.de
Sat Sep 26 21:50:16 CEST 2015


Apparently your project is not configured to use a transceiver.


Am 20. September 2015 21:22:49 MESZ, schrieb samira afzal <afzal.samira at gmail.com>:
>Hi all,
>Ii had sent a question about my problem but i didn't get any answer, if
>have to email to another address or sth is wrong please tell me. thanks
>---------- Forwarded message ----------
>From: samira afzal <afzal.samira at gmail.com>
>Date: Fri, Sep 18, 2015 at 5:09 PM
>Subject: tapsetup problem
>To: users at riot-os.org, devel at riot-os.org
>Hi all,
>I hope that i write in a correct place. i am newer on RIOT.  I've
>to learn about it. i amm using "
>In the mentioned website i used command 
>tap0 and tap1 created successfully. Then i used make and then,
>the result is:
>usage: ./bin/native/my_project.elf [-i <id>] [-d] [-e|-E] [-o]
> help: ./bin/native/my_project.elf -h
>-h          help
>-i <id>     specify instance id (set by config module)
>-s <seed>   specify srandom(3) seed (/dev/random is used instead of
>            random(3) if the option is omitted)
>-d          daemonize
>-e          redirect stderr to file
>-E          do not redirect stderr (i.e. leave sterr unchanged despite
>            daemon/socket io)
>-o          redirect stdout to file (/tmp/riot.stdout.PID) when not
>            to socket
>The order of command line arguments matters.
>samira at samira-pc:~/RIOT/examples/my_project$
>could u please guide me, what is the problem and how can i solve it?
>for your kind consideration

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