Compiling problem with Adafruit Motor Shield Library

I have a Arduino 101 with a OSEPP Motor & Servo Shield (SCSHD-01). I've run the blink example successfully (yeah) and would now like to run the stepper motor example with the "Adafruit Motor Shield Library" example. I get the following compile error,Arduino: 1.6.9 (Mac OS X), Board: "Arduino/Genuino 101"

In file included from /Users/paulcolby/Documents/Arduino/libraries/Adafruit_Motor_Shield_library/examples/StepperTest/StepperTest.pde:5:0: /Users/paulcolby/Documents/Arduino/libraries/Adafruit_Motor_Shield_library/AFMotor.h:156:47: error: ‘DC_MOTOR_PWM_RATE’ was not declared in this scope AF_DCMotor(uint8_t motornum, uint8_t freq = DC_MOTOR_PWM_RATE); ^ exit status 1 Error compiling for board Arduino/Genuino 101.

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I think I need another library but am at a loss as to which one.

with the "Adafruit Motor Shield Library" example

That you got from?

I think I need another library but am at a loss as to which one.

One that has been compiled and tested for the 101 would be my guess. Get right on that, why don't you?

paulccolby: I have a Arduino 101 with a OSEPP Motor & Servo Shield (SCSHD-01). I've run the blink example successfully (yeah) and would now like to run the stepper motor example with the "Adafruit Motor Shield Library" example. I get the following compile error,Arduino: 1.6.9 (Mac OS X), Board: "Arduino/Genuino 101"

In file included from /Users/paulcolby/Documents/Arduino/libraries/Adafruit_Motor_Shield_library/examples/StepperTest/StepperTest.pde:5:0: /Users/paulcolby/Documents/Arduino/libraries/Adafruit_Motor_Shield_library/AFMotor.h:156:47: error: ‘DC_MOTOR_PWM_RATE’ was not declared in this scope AF_DCMotor(uint8_t motornum, uint8_t freq = DC_MOTOR_PWM_RATE); ^ exit status 1 Error compiling for board Arduino/Genuino 101.

This is basically me with a Win7 PC. I think what PaulS is telling us is that what we need doesn't exist yet. Unfortunately, I am getting into Arduino and went right into the 101 (wanted BLE) w/o realizing it's a relatively new ball game compared to tried and true Uno.

If you try changing the board to a regular Uno; it will likely compile just fine. All else equal of course and in correct syntax and such.

I am really not sure what the answer is, but it's sounding like the library to do what we want doesn't exist. Can some one chime in with a non-flaming, laymen answer?