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  1. INTRODUCTION This guide's intent and purpose is to allow a user with minimal Linux experience to successfully setup an absolutely free development environment to program the STM32F0 microcontroller with full debugging capability. PREREQUISITES A Linux distro, I used Linux Mint 13 (Ubuntu works nicely too) An Internet connection At least 2gb of spare hard drive space Familiarity with terminal A STM32F0 Discovery Board! PART 1 – Install Codesourcy PART 2 – Install OpenOCD PART 3 – Install Eclipse PART 4 – Setup File Directory PART 5 – Setup Eclipse PART 6 – Configure the gd
  2. Hi, my name is Mauricio, I want in google information for use the board STM32F0 discovery as programmer SWD, but not find if programming the MCU STM32F103 ( in this case STM32F103CBT6). I´m probe the board with the datasheet and use guides for the board and ST LINK/V2. Why don´t flash the MCU STM32F103 with is device? Thanks and I appreciate an answer.
  3. I wanted to be able to verify my system clock was configured properly. I found this feature very useful on the msp430 chips. Turns out that the STM32 Cortex M0 chips also support this. Attached is some code that allows you to output your SYSCLK on pin PA.8 for easy verification of your various clock sources. /** * Cortex M0 - STM32F0 Discovery board code spew out one of the clocks on PA.8 */ void OutputMCO() { GPIO_InitTypeDef GPIO_InitStructure; RCC_AHBPeriphClockCmd(RCC_AHBPeriph_GPIOA, ENABLE); /* Output clock on MCO pin ---------------------------------------------*/ GPIO_Ini
  4. Hello, just want to know how many of you have the STM32 discovery kit. I currently have the STM32F0. Other than the floating point capability, what advantage does the F4 kit have over the F0?
  5. Hello all, I noticed that there is a great tutorial for the STM32F0Discovery Board Development Environment Setup (Code Sourcery + Eclipse + OpenOCD) For the Linux OS on this forum. I have a similar tutorial (ARM-GCC + Eclipse + OpenOCD 0.6.0) for MS Windows 7 for those that do not have a Linux box. The tutorial can be found at www.hertaville.com. I also have some interesting information on the GCC build process and on using the GPIO for the STM32F0 Microcontroller. I hope that you find the tutorial to be helpful and appreciate your feedback. Regards, Hussam
  6. Could anyone point me with a free ide/compiler for the Discovery kit. http://st.com/stm32f4-discovery no longer works. I was looking at Atollic, but cannot find the size of the code limit. Any help is appreciated. Also, I'm on Windows.
  7. Matt Evans cuts his STM32 discovery board in half - the programmer and the debugger to get two boards. Via Hackaday.
  8. I got one of those free STM32 F0 Discovery boards and I've been using the texane/stlink project to program and debug my discovery boards. Check it out here: https://github.com/texane/stlink I saw that Mike S from hackaday.com added support to enable the F0 board but right now it only allows you to upload and debug code loaded to ram. He is working on getting flash programming to work with the new F0 board watch hack-a-day for updates. Until that is ready, you can use openocd to be able to program the flash. Are there other debug tools that work with the stlink v2 that we should know
  9. An example on how to program the Olimexino-STM32 board with the STlink on a SFM32F0 Discovery.
  10. Mike Szscys first ARM project using the STM32F0 Discovery kit.
  11. Make sure you are logged in. Once logged in, there will be a submit link below.Last entry is "End of June 2012" http://www.designspark.com/content/win-stm32f0-discovery
  12. Hi I have been programming the stm32f0 discovery kit for a few days now using the Atollic gdb server with no problems whatsoever, that is until today. I was in the middle of debugging and lost the link to the stm32f0, now when I try to reinitialize the device I get the initialization error. I can use the stm stlink utility and load a hex file with no problems. I actually reloaded the same program I was working on when I lost the link. I have the Stm32f4 discovery board as well and I connected that to see if it was a driver issue but I have no problems initializing the st-link on that b
  13. im finally starting to get into the programming of my STM32f0Discovery board and i cant quite get my button to work. code: #include "stm32f0xx.h" int main(void); int main(void){ int i; // Enable clock for GPIOC RCC->AHBENR |= (1 << 19); GPIOC->MODER |= (1 << 16);//Set pin C8 as output GPIOC->OTYPER &= ~(1 << 8);//Set pin 8 output as internal push-pull GPIOC->MODER |= (1 << 18);//Set pin C9 as output GPIOC->OTYPER &= ~(1 << 9);//Set pin 9 output as internal push-pull // enable user PA0 button RCC->AHBENR |= (1 << 17); /*
  14. At first i tried to get Eclipse to work for my discovery board, but i couldn't figure it out, so, instead i tried the Keil IDE and have had very few issues since. Here's a quick tutorial: http://dduino.blogsp...very-board.html
  15. Picture courtesy Mike @Hackaday Mike Szczys put up a project template for compiling a project in gcc for the STM32F0 Discovery kit. He's using Code Sourcery as the toolchain. Link:Hackaday Code:Github
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