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  1. Hi, I don't know if this is the right place to put this, if it isn't please let me know.. I've managed to get a working complier with the arm-none-eabi lite toolchain from codesourcery. Stellarisware examples are compiling just fine on linux. The right toolchain it's chosen automatically by the makedefs definitions. I've managed to get a simple project compiling on gcc and verified it runs correctly in a windows pc with the LMLoader program. Basically I created another folder in the boards directory, copied an existing example from the lm4f120x folder, edited the file names and changed the recurrency of the names in the makefile. I deleted the existing code and added mine in the main.c file. The files needed (from the uart_echo example) are: uart_echo.c startup_gcc.c uart_echo.ld Makefile If you are interested you could find all the infos here. Sorry for the poor code, but it was only a test! A nice thing would be using openocd and gdb to program, run and debug the bin file in the target but with the ICDI interface it's not possible for now without CCS5 and a some headaches to get it working as this post found out!
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