Jacajack Jacajack - 6 months ago 52
Linux Question

GNU ARM - nano.specs not found

Last days I've been trying to compile a STM32F4xx project with Ubuntu 14.04LTS, Eclipse and of GNU ARM plugin for Eclipse. Now it is saying that "nano.specs" is missing.
Here is my build log:

14:39:35 **** Incremental Build of configuration Release for project F4Test ****
make all
Building target: F4Test.elf
Invoking: Cross ARM C++ Linker
arm-none-eabi-g++ -mcpu=cortex-m4 -mthumb -mfloat-abi=soft -Os -fmessage-length=0 -fsigned-char -ffunction-sections -fdata-sections -Wall -Wextra -g -T mem.ld -T libs.ld -T sections.ld -nostartfiles -Xlinker --gc-sections -L"../ldscripts" -Wl,-Map,"F4Test.map" --specs=nano.specs -o "F4Test.elf" ./system/src/stm32f4-hal/stm32f4xx_hal.o ./system/src/stm32f4-hal/stm32f4xx_hal_cortex.o ./system/src/stm32f4-hal/stm32f4xx_hal_flash.o ./system/src/stm32f4-hal/stm32f4xx_hal_flash_ex.o ./system/src/stm32f4-hal/stm32f4xx_hal_flash_ramfunc.o ./system/src/stm32f4-hal/stm32f4xx_hal_gpio.o ./system/src/stm32f4-hal/stm32f4xx_hal_iwdg.o ./system/src/stm32f4-hal/stm32f4xx_hal_pcd_ex.o ./system/src/stm32f4-hal/stm32f4xx_hal_pwr.o ./system/src/stm32f4-hal/stm32f4xx_hal_pwr_ex.o ./system/src/stm32f4-hal/stm32f4xx_hal_rcc.o ./system/src/stm32f4-hal/stm32f4xx_hal_rcc_ex.o ./system/src/newlib/_cxx.o ./system/src/newlib/_exit.o ./system/src/newlib/_sbrk.o ./system/src/newlib/_startup.o ./system/src/newlib/_syscalls.o ./system/src/newlib/_write.o ./system/src/newlib/assert.o ./system/src/diag/Trace.o ./system/src/diag/trace_impl.o ./system/src/cortexm/_initialize_hardware.o ./system/src/cortexm/_reset_hardware.o ./system/src/cortexm/exception_handlers.o ./system/src/cmsis/system_stm32f4xx.o ./system/src/cmsis/vectors_stm32f4xx.o ./src/BlinkLed.o ./src/Timer.o ./src/_initialize_hardware.o ./src/main.o
arm-none-eabi-g++: error: nano.specs: No such file or directory
make: *** [F4Test.elf] Error 1

14:39:35 Build Finished (took 65ms)

I found some nano.specs files on my computer. What should I do? Just remove linker flag ( I can't actually do that, because I can't figure out how to do that in Eclipse ) or something else?
Thanks for your help!


I solved the problem. I was just using arm-none-eabi-xxx packages provided by Ubuntu, not original ones - that was the problem. All you need to do is simply download packages from toolchain's website and install them. They work just fine!