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Spi
Associate II

I've worked with lots of different MCUs but new to ST.  I'm trying to follow some instructions for how to get setup to develop some C code for the SEEED Lora E5 module; currently trying this: https://github.com/Seeed-Studio/LoRaWan-E5-Node

Unfortunately each time I follow a link to e.g. download CubeIDE, or download STM32Cube MCU Package for STM32WL series(SDK), I get an HTTP 404 Error along with

This my.st.com page can’t be found

No web page was found for the web address: https://my.st.com/content/my_st_com/en/products/embedded-software/mcu-mpu-embedded-software/stm32-embedded-software/stm32cube-mcu-mpu-packages/stm32cubewl.license=1608693595598.product=STM32CubeWL.version=1.0.0.html#overview

HTTP ERROR 404
 
What do I not have properly set up to allow for these downloads?
 
Thank you.
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TDK
Guru

Links from that page are just broken. Likely they have changed over the years.

If you want something, a Google search is generally the quickest path.

https://www.st.com/en/development-tools/stm32cubeide.html

Packages themselves are typically downloaded from within STM32CubeIDE, but can also be downloaded from the site.

https://www.st.com/en/embedded-software/stm32cubewl.html

 

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TDK
Guru

Links from that page are just broken. Likely they have changed over the years.

If you want something, a Google search is generally the quickest path.

https://www.st.com/en/development-tools/stm32cubeide.html

Packages themselves are typically downloaded from within STM32CubeIDE, but can also be downloaded from the site.

https://www.st.com/en/embedded-software/stm32cubewl.html

 

If you feel a post has answered your question, please click "Accept as Solution".
Piranha
Chief II

Can find this forum and some old topics, but cannot find a software homepage for a at least two days... How?

Not sure I completely understand your question, but I'll answer what I think you might be asking:  I had the same 404 Error from at least 3 different source pages, and since all the link URLs include "my.st.com" and "... my_st_com ...", I came to the incorrect conclusion that perhaps my ST account wasn't authorized to download the specified files; also wasn't sure if that package .zip was specific to the SEEED module, don't even really know what's in a package.  As I said, I'm new to the ST world; still trying to figure out what I need to get up and running. And still not sure if there's anything special I need to worry about when developing for the SEEED E5 Lora Module versus developing directly for the STM32WLE5JC inside the module, but slowly getting there.  Thanks for taking the time to respond to my post.

Spi
Associate II

Thank you. I downloaded the package and then used the "Manage Em bedded Software Packages" under the Help menu, but couldn't really figure out how I would "download from within STM32CubeIDE".  I would suggest to never underestimate the cluelessness of a newb when answering a question.

AScha.3
Principal III

>how I would "download from within STM32CubeIDE"

the ide doing this auto.  

just in (.ioc) Cube-window you can select, what you need (and what is possible) and then ide downloads, what is needed

here: software packs

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then you see:

 

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> couldn't really figure out how I would "download from within STM32CubeIDE"

Help -> Manage Embedded Software Packages does exactly that.

Are you good then? You got what you need, right?

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My point was - are you capable of searching "STM32CubeIDE" in a Google Search and clicking on the first result? And no, it returns a normal link, not some "my.st.com" one...

Yes sir, absolutely I can do that, and I would have done that if I knew that would have been the equivalent of the instructions I was attempting to follow.  Unfortunately all the different sets of instructions I attempted to follow all included my_sy links. Thanks again for following up to my comment; I am very appreciative of all the help I've received in this forum.

Spi
Associate II

Thanks. I downloaded via the link you provided and then used the "From Local" button within the "Manage Embedded Software Packages" window. In the end I got what I needed, albeit perhaps in an unorthodox manner.