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Thread: fopen in DAvE 4.3 (erno = 88) Socket operation on non-socket

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    fopen in DAvE 4.3 (erno = 88) Socket operation on non-socket

    Hello everyone,

    I'm working with a XMC 4700, I'm trying to use the fopen() as it follows:

    const char* pFileName = "SOMETHING.BIN";

    FILE* fp = fopen(pFileName, "w");

    char * cadena = strerror(errno);


    Instead of a direction, the value a I get from fp = 0, from cadena = "Function not implemented" and from errno = 88 (Socket operation on non-socket).

    I don't know what I'm doing wrong heir, so I ask for your help.

    I thank you in advance.

    Best regards

    Alan

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    Hi Alan,

    fopen will not work, it is a posix call which is not fully implemented in the c library (newlib).
    Newlib requires an external implementation of system call open (a stub), which it is not provided since we do not know on which media you want to open a file.
    I would recommend you to use the FatFS on the SDMMC (sdcard).

    Regards,
    Jesus
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