I’m afraid you are running in a Windows 8 incompatibility; Currently System Workbench was only validated against Windows 7, not Windows 8 or 8.1.
I know that there may be at least a problem with the STLink driver provided by ST; System Workbench try to install the Windows-7 version of the driver, while Windows-8 need a different one. You should probably download it directly from the ST website and install it manually; we are working on a solution with ST so that the proper driver will be installed automatically on Windows 8.Regarding the compilation problem, I really don’t understand the problem you have. Is the
%cd%stance you mention effectively present in your console?
It should be the directory in which syscalls.o will be generated... The makefile contains a
echo %cd%sequence that is here just to inform you of where the output will be placed; it seems that Windows 8 cmd.exe command processor does not expand it correctly; however that should not cause any problem, and the compiler call below seems correct, but obviously the compiler fails generating the output file.
Could you open a command line and go to C:/Users/Mauricio/stm32/workspace/Configuration Test01/Debug/user then try to copy paste the compiler call to see what the result is; you should obviously prefix arm-none-eabi-gcc by the correct directory (in folder plugins\fr.ac6.mcu.externaltools.arm-none.win32_126.96.36.199503101257\tools\compiler\bin where you installed System Workbench) as this directory is not in PATH.