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C Background Programs
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How can I prevent C background programs from being executed after a build & download (or, for that matter, a reset or power up)? I know that running the background programs may be controlled by the run<n> entry in the [LINUX_PROGRAMS] section of the pp_proj.ini file, but the IDE insists on constructing a new pp_proj.ini file each time it downloads, and it always sets the background programs to run. This newly constructed .ini file overwrites any modified file I may have on the PPMAC. I have been unable to find a way to tell the IDE to do otherwise.
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Wfsteele,

In Solution Explorer, right click on the folder for each background C program and select properties. In properties, set the "Run at startup" property to 0. This will prevent the background c programs from starting automatically.

Regards,
Sina Sattari
Hardware Engineering Manager
Delta Tau Data Systems, Inc.
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