- The original code is here, Github: GhettoVapeIII.
- My version of the code is here, Github: GhettoVaper.
NewPWM.ino:13:17: fatal error: PWM.h: No such file or directory
I searched google for ages, couldn’t find anything. Then, finally, I searched on Stack Exchange Arduino and found this answer from Mavidad, to Generating PWM signal 1-2 ms @ 333 Hz). NewPWM requires PWM.h from GoogleCode: arduino-pwm-frequency-library.
I couldn’t resolve this compile error
fastio.h:29: error: 'DIOORIG_FAN2_PIN_WPORT' was not declared in this scope
This was from compiling the
Repetier.ino file, straight from the download from a number of sources:
I played about with the
Configuration.h file, that came with the google drive download, manually, but always ended up with the same error.
I then tried loading the
Configuration.h file into the Configuration tool, and reconfiguring it in there, but that did not help much.
Repetier is just appalling. I can hardly be bothered to document trying to compile it, as Marlin is vastly superior. However, as I am one who does not cow down in the face of adversity, here goes.
See the preamble of Trouble compiling Repetier
Following Setting up a Sanguinololu on a Mac, the instructions aren’t quite right of a recent Arduino IDE. They may have worked for 1.0, but they don’t anymore.
I was having trouble compiling Repetier, without a Z-probe, whereby I disabled both the Z-probe and the distortion correction, but ended up with a slew of compile errors… which turned out to have nothing to do with the Z-probe, nor the distortion correction whatsoever (see Reason for the compile errors below).
However, I had already typed in the question, so here it is anyway, see The Question below, with the raw markdown posted just below it, see The Markdown below.
I got given an Acer Aspire 4410 running Windows XP, which had a password lock on the BIOS so that it was impossible to change the boot order.