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Is there a way to load U-boot on STM32MP1 via dfu-util instead of STM32CubeProgrammer?

SNaza.1
Associate

I want to use open source utilities to load U-boot into SRAM in "Serial mode". Is it possible?

P.S. As I can see, there is an article about it on ST Wiki, but an access to it is restricted for regular users: https://wiki.st.com/stm32mpu/wiki/How_to_load_U-Boot_with_dfu-util

How to gain access to this article for an ordinary user?

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Olivier GALLIEN
ST Employee

Hi @SNaza.1​ ,

Wiki article is online. Enjoy ! 😉

Olivier

Olivier GALLIEN
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Jean-Marc B
ST Employee

Hi @SNaza.1​ 

I guess the wiki page you refer is not yet approved for public delivery hence its restricted access. @Community member​ , could you confirm?

Anyway, you may find useful information in this public application note: https://www.st.com/resource/en/application_note/dm00589815-usb-dfu-usart-protocols-used-in-stm32mp1-series-bootloaders-stmicroelectronics.pdf

The open source utility dfu-util may be used to perform the load of U-boot on STM32MP1.

Best regards,

--JM

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Olivier GALLIEN
ST Employee

Hi @SNaza.1​ , @Jean-Marc B​ ,

Yes the wiki page is under final review and close to be published.

Keep you posted here soon.

Olivier

Olivier GALLIEN
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Olivier GALLIEN
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Hi @SNaza.1​ ,

Wiki article is online. Enjoy ! 😉

Olivier

Olivier GALLIEN
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PatrickF
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