Opening the .mlpkginstall file from your operating system or from within MATLAB will initiate the installation process for this Hardware Support Package and acquire the latest support package available for the release you have.
This .mlpkginstall file is functional for R2014a and beyond.
@stijn:I think you can use them by using the S-Function builder and implement some Arduino code by hand. But I have not tried it yet. Hence you are right, it would be great to have a block in the Simulink Library for using the DAC's.
Is it possible to change the ADC parameters from 10 to 12bits?
Why's the reference voltage of the Analog Input Block set to 5V? The next step in the Options is 2.56V but what about the 3.3V the Due is normally having?
when using "Deploy to Hardware" i can not use any other arduino libraries not supported in simulink ......... how can i generate a C code for arduino target to integrate it with arduino IDE to use it with other function or for integrating it with an RTOS ??
the same error continuing happening
I removed .NET contents with this software
as Pradeep Ks recommended, after I installed Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5.1, but the arm-none-eabi-gcc.exe error continuing happening when I press the deploy button. Something else that we have to do to use the Arduino Due package?
It doesn't look like an issue in the Arduino Due support package. Looks like the compiler arm-none-eabi-gcc.exe is corrupted or some problem with the PC environment which is causing termination of arm-none-eabi-gcc.exe execution.
Similar bugs are reported in web on arm-none-eabi-gcc.exe crashing anb below link points to one of it.