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  1. Will it be possible to program other Stellaris ARM chips with the Launchpad. This is possible with the the MSP430 Launchpad. It is does, then this board will really be great.
  2. A simple tutorial on interfacing to the STM32 ADC including configuration in single conversion mode. Board being used is the ETT STM32 ARM STAMP
  3. liter

    Hey!

    Hello and welcome! From the purpleness... are the boards from dorkbotpdx?
  4. Thanks for the link. There is an 16x2 LCD project I'd like to try - HD74480 driver hi atomsoft... welcome! Thanks for putting your stuff up.
  5. Hi Tim...thanks for staying with me. It's finally solved! the CN3 jumpers were pointing sideways - in Discovery mode for external STM32 chip programming. I switched them to stlink mode and now it works. Thanks. I can finally blink now.
  6. Sorry guys, me again with my questions. According to my previous thread, i have eclipse and code sourcery compiling my led project fine. I installed gdbserver using steps from this link. When I click "Run external tools->gdbserver" I get the following. I'm close, yet far. . I'd be thankful for any help.
  7. Looks like it got fixed. I forgot to uncheck "do not use standard start files" "remove unused sections" must be checked.
  8. Thanks for your help. I actually redid my full installation using this link. I no longer get the error, but I go get a linker error as below: c:/dev/project/stm32/sourcery g++ lite/bin/../lib/gcc/arm-none-eabi/4.5.2/../../../../arm-none-eabi/lib/thumb2\libc.a(lib_a-init.o): In function `__libc_init_array': init.c:(.text+0x38): undefined reference to `_init' collect2: ld returned 1 exit status cs-make: *** [Template.elf] Error 1
  9. Hello, I just finished creating an environment for my STM32F4 kit using code sourcery over eclipse using this tutorial. I however get the following error when I compile the LED blink project. main.c:68: undefined reference to `RCC_AHB1PeriphClockCmd' main.c:77: undefined reference to `GPIO_Init' main.c:78: undefined reference to `GPIO_Write' I made sure I included all the include files in the "path and symbols" section in eclipse. Am I missing anything? Thanks for reading.
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