Could it be that this functionality has been integrated into the Firmware Wizard? I'm just guessing, never tried to use a target with custom firmware needs (my Linx platform I have worked with was only RasPi so far, and tried once with the Beaglebone Black. But both of them I still work in LabVIEW 2014.
It seems like you're right that they changed things up (making previous tutorials less useful and more confusing). When I go in Tools > Hobbyist > Firmware Wizard, and then I go in Settings in the Firmware Wizard, there is a Generate button to generate firmware in the Arduino/libraries folder (along the lines of what tutorials say to do). I set the Arduino Path to C:\Users\cedri\Documents\Arduino\libraries, and I leave the Firmware Base Path as the default C:\Program Files (x86)\National Instruments\LabVIEW 2020\vi.lib\MakerHub\LINX\Firmware, then I click Generate and I get a dialog box that says Done! but then when I try to exit I get the error pasted below and there is nothing new added to the C:\Users\cedri\Documents\Arduino\libraries folder. I appreciate your help. I hope you can guide me through this hurdle. I'm new to all of this.
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Please try running this wizard again.
If the problem persists please check the wizard settings or post on the LVH LINX Forums at:
Create Folder in LMH-Toolbox.lvlib:Copy File Create Dirs.vi->LMH-LINX.lvlib:Copy Firmware Libraries.vi->LMH-LINX.lvlib:Firmware Wizard Config.vi->LMH-LINX.lvlib:Firmware Wizard.vi<APPEND>
The path the Create Folder function seems to try to make definitely looks weird in the error message:
Also it seems to want to create a libraries folder already so I would definitely configure the target folder one hierarchy level higher, so only C:\Users\cedri\Documents\Arduino
But if that angled bracket is not just an error reporting issue but rather a real element in the path that that VI tries to create, someone seems to have messed up when constructing the paths! Unfortunately I do not have an Arduino nor a Community Edition installation available at the moment so I can't go into this myself. And yes I know it can be downloaded for free, but the problem is not so much that I can't afford it in terms of money but rather in terms of time available at the moment. 😎
I tried C:\Users\cedri\Documents\Arduino instead of C:\Users\cedri\Documents\Arduino\libraries, no luck. I googled this error and couldn't find anything helpful.
I encountered an issue while installing LabVIEW which I overcame by following the suggestion in the post by Carey3255 here:
I'm wondering if excluding the Web Server Development thing is causing the issue with the Firmware Wizard.
I'm unfortunately having to considering reverting to plan B which is to use Python for my planned data acquisition and GUI work instead of Labview.