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If you are getting a partition not found error it is likely because the partition was not created. Make sure you are creating the partition with the appropriate API’s. We have several FS examples that show how to setup the file system correctly. It would be helpful to look there and see that you are naming and referencing the partition that you created correctly.
The error is returning that code because the partition you are trying to reference cannot be found. It could have been mis-typed (name wise), not opened successfully initially or even being accessed incorrectly by multiple sources.April 15, 2019 at 15:15 in reply to: Specific migration from OS-ii to OS-iii (for QP/C) #26179
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Quantum Leaps provides a port for uCOS-ii and I tried to migrate it to uCOS-iii (more precisely MicriumOS for a Giant Gecko platform).
Are you migrating from uC/OS-II to uC/OS-III? Or are you trying to use the MicriumOS software that is part of the Gecko Simplicity Studio platform? If you are try to follow the latter you are actually upgrading from uC/OS-II to OS-V so it’s not going to be as simple a migration as compared to going from II to III.
Looking through os_mem.c from OS-II I do not see any of the macro’s you listed above so I’m not sure of their content.
Unfortunately we do NOT have a TCPIP Modbus offering that we can provide to you.
I know you were redirected here but since this is an issue regarding the Silicon Labs platform please refer those questions to the Silicon Labs support lines instead. If it’s on other platforms you can use these forums for inquiry.