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If this is in Linux, I had the exact same problem. I had gcc-4.5-arm-linux-gnueabi installed, but not gcc-arm-linx-gnueabi.
this is windows 7
Oh, lol. I don't know what could be the problem then, if you have the PATH set correctly.
as far as i know it is
EDIT: just fixed it, dont use toxic_kittens link, go to hackspire and get the GNU ARM toolchain
I had gcc-4.5-arm-linux-gnueabi installed, but not gcc-arm-linux-gnueabi.
BTW, using the GNUEABI toolchain packaged by your distro may end up being a bad thing if Nucleus doesn't use GNUEABI, but standard EABI :)
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