Just would like to ask for assistance regarding this matter. I checked the internet if there are similar issues but so far I haven't seen anything like this as of the moment.
I'm currently using NI Veristand 2016 and Matlab R2012b. I installed all the programs needed for generating models and I was able to successfully create models when NI_Veristand.tlc was used. However, when the 32-bit ARM or 64-bit linux was used, the error is as follows. I also tried uninstalling and re-installing the Eclipse tool-chain. However, there was no luck.
D:\Git\ewd-hil-model-library\veristand_output-folder\model_Relay_Generic_niVeriStand_Linux_64_rtw>C:\VeriStand\2016\ModelInterface\tmw\toolchain\Linux_64_GNU_Setup.bat && cs-make -f model_Relay_Generic.mk GENERATE_REPORT=0 NIDEBUG=0 NIOPT="Default" OPTS="" Setting environment for using NI Linux Real-Time 2014 64-bit tools. /usr/bin/bash: -c: line 0: syntax error near unexpected token `(' /usr/bin/bash: -c: line 0: `if not exist "C:\VeriStand\2016\ModelInterface\tmw\lib\x86_64\gcc\4.7.2\R2012b\RELEASE"\ (mkdir "C:\VeriStand\2016\ModelInterface\tmw\lib\x86_64\gcc\4.7.2\R2012b\RELEASE")' cs-make: *** [create_lib_dir] Error 1 ### Aborted due to an error in the build procedure for model: model_Relay_Generic