Errors building basically everything on Windows 7

I’ve just installed Digi ESP (v.1.4.0 / NET+OS 7.4 / Cygwin 420), but I can’t build anything. I’ve created an empty project with the default settings (Web/ftp server and CLI telnet), which should just output a “Hello World”.

However, starting the build I get tons of errors about rather basic include files not being found, for instance:
error: sys/types.h: No such file or directory [/cygdrive/C/netos74/h/fwtypes.h]
error: stdint.h: No such file or directory [/cygdrive/C/netos74/h/fwtypes.h]
error: errno.h: No such file or directory [/cygdrive/C/netos74/h/tcpip/naerrno.h]

  • and similar.

I’m on Windows7 32 bit - I have installed it in a WinXP Virtual Machine where everything works out of the box, but I would much prefer to not have to resort to the VM. From what I’ve read in here, it should be possible to run ESP on Win7, as long as it is not a 64 bit version.

I suspect this is just something about my include directories not being set up correctly, but I can’t really see what to do about it.

I read in another thread that it might help to run the Digi ESP and the Cygwin make executable in WinXP compatibility mode, and as administrator. Tried that - had no effect though.

Any help would be appreciated!

Okay, I’ve come a bit further. By adding “C:\cygwin420/usr/arm-elf/include” and “C:\cygwin420/lib/gcc/arm-elf/4.2.0/include” to the include path in the ESP IDE, I’ve managed to get rid of the include errors.

However, now I get errors similar to this:
cc1: error: …/web/RpPages.c: No such file or directory
cc1: error: …/web/RpUsrDct.c: No such file or directory