Olimex STM32-P405 Board Development with Linux Mint

Document created by arm engineer on Jan 27, 2017Last modified by arm engineer on Jan 27, 2017
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About this project

This project sets up a development environment, using the Linux Mint operating system,  to program and debug an Olimex STM32-P405 board using an FTDI JTAG controller and OpenOCD. The project is based upon open source tools such as the binutils and gcc arm-non-eabi toolchain. After the JTAG device is correctly setup and communicating with the board some example bare metal examples are provided such as startup code and GPIO setup.

 

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Type : Development Environment Setup

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Difficulty : Advanced 

License : GPLv3

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