PDL has dedicated device header file and startup code for each device package, you have to create the project/port it for your device ,Section 4 in the PDL quick start guide mentions this.
Ethernet examples can be downloaded from here:
Thanks. I appreciate the response. I'd like to add to this post, for others that may be starting with the FM4, and especially those that are interested in learning more about the DSP aspects of the device, that I entered the FM4 world beginning with a class offered at UCCU by Dr. Mark Wickert, ECE5655 Real-Time DSP . Dr. Wickert uses the FM4 kit (the one I was seeking examples for). After weeding through a few of Dr. Wickerts' lectures in this class and a few others (I sure wish I was able to attend his classes) I was able to put together a project using CrossWorks for ARM - C/C++ Compiler for ARM and Cortex Microcontrollers. I did this by importing Dr. Wickert's Keil project and making a few changes. Now, I would have loved to use Keils' tool, and even pay to get the full memory of the FM4, but the prices are beyond reasonable for a hobbyist, hence Crossworks which is very fair and a high quality tool. So, the reason I bring this up is I think the FM4 is fantastic, and there are are other's that probably want a more reasonably priced solution yet it is not mentioned in any of Spansion/Cypress documentation. Furthermore, the acquisition of Spansion by Cypress has really eroded the available library of reference material that I could find. So, I don't want to bad mouth Cypress, they are a fine company. I do want to encourage others to not give up an forge ahead, perhaps with another path as I did.
I appreciate your time if you have read this far.