I didn’t bother attempting to uninstall the GNU toolchain, I just download the version 10.3 and installed the package and it seems to have overwritten the newer version. I then went back to Visual Studio Code and everything was able to build and install on the Daisy exactly as described in the wiki. Many thanks @brbrr! I have a blinking LED. time to make some more exciting stuff…
cc @shensley since it’s not the first time folks facing issues with toolchain installation on arm64-based (M1) computers. As a quick and dirty solution - the toolchain install script might direct folks to the 10.3 download page with clear messaging on what to do.
I just updated the Mac and Linux installation wikis to have some troubleshooting notes regarding the proper version.
I also updated the relevant links to the same as above (that still points to 10.3) to hopefully avoid other users stumbling into the wrong version in the future.
Firstly I should note that some of the info in that video is out of date.
I’d recommend using the toolchain installer for windows instead. That comes with a copy of make that should be visible to git bash.
The new process is described here. You’ll want to run the Daisy Toolchain installer for Windows.
Let me know how things work once you’ve done that! If there’s still issues we can troubleshoot them a bit.