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int main() {
#ifdef STEP
	cout << "Project VNAR-19270 VNA-1023 (6 base) Vector network analyzer" << endl; 
	cout << "DEBUG ****RUNNING WORKING COPY of VNA_2 " << endl; 
	//exit(1);
#endif



	// Get the number of processors in this system
	int iCPU = 0;
	iCPU = system ("omp_get_num_procs");
	cout << "# of CPU's " << dec << +iCPU << endl;
	exit(1);



Now returns omp_get_num_procs not found.
I think the problem is also in crosscompiler settings.
Also the "remote AKA RPi" OS has no OpenMP installed.
I need to check that.

I was just looking for an advise if my syntax is OK.
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