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Thanks Leon.

Here is "MY problem" - as far as I can tell I am ONLY setting "Cross compiler prefix" as "arm-linux-gnueabihf-" and "Path" where it can be found as "/usr/bin".

I have no idea where this "prefix" came from - I have been at this project for a while , off and on.

It shows up in "include" tree on the Eclipse project form.

The code complies and runs on BCM2837 - RPi 3B.

Without changing any GCC setting the code compiles and sort of runs on BCM2835.
At least it starts.

I get a ton of errors and a simple , clean "hello word" obviously does not show in "TCF Debug Process Terminal" where I get all the coded messages and responses when I run same code on BCM2837.


I have been advised to check and possibly reinstall TCF Agent when connected to BCM2835.
I need to find, again, the real, not 3rd party copies, of TCF Agent installation tutorial.

However, if it solves the problem it kinda-of defeats the "universal" purpose of TCF.

Many thanks for your input.

PS
Forgive OF ,senior moment, you are in Holland , right?
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