ARM-Controller Flash Programming with OpenOCD (NXP LPC2000, Atmel AT91SAM7, STMicro STR7, STM32) By Martin THOMAS Updated 20090430 changelog: 20090430 - STM32 flash-programming20090211 - Link to Berlios Files-section20090211 - replaced local documenentation with link to official documentation ("online docs")20080831 - Configuration for LPC23xx/24xx with "modern" OpenOCD, scripting, Remarks on Eclipse20080409 - some remarks in the intro, pdf-Documentation20080404 - added remarks about new and gone commands - WARNING: So far I have not tested scripts using flash erase_sector or flash write_bank, so the modifications are just preliminary to keep this page at least a little bit up-to-date.20070822 - flash definition of LPC2k and STR7 for new versions of OpenOCD, marked flash write as deprected and mention alternatives, link to documentation-wikki20070504 - CFI200705xx - "on the fly" script genaration in Makefile20070518 - more about lockbits and nvmbits in AT91SAM-section OpenOCD created by Dominic Rath is a gdb-server and flash-utility for ARM-Controllers.
Program: $(TARGET). or stepi. Carrierwave. Introduction: Programming AT92SAM7 ARMs. A detailed description on how to start programming ARM microcontrollers featuring a minimalistic and easy-to-understand "hello world"-program targeting the highly-integrated, cheap and easily obtainable AT91SAM7S microcontrollers. Introduction In my opinion, devices like Atmel's AT91SAM7S64 are the perfect microcontrollers to get started with ARM development: Fairly small and cheap (an AT91SAM7S64 is below EUR 10 and has 64 pins), equiped with on-board RAM and flash memories, JTAG port with on-chip debugger and plenty of I/O options.
Furthermore, all the software you need is available for free. Required Software First, you need to obtain all the required software. So, basically all you need is the following: ARM-GCC: The "GNU toolchain" containing compiler, assembler and linker for cross-compling ARM programs. Required Hardware After installing the software, you need the hardware toys to play with: The Minimalistic Hello-World Program The source tarball above contains the following files: IMX27 ADS Board Installing OpenOCD and GDB - iMXwiki. The i.MX6 series unleashes the industry’s first truly scalable multicore platform that includes single-, dual- and quad-core families based on the ARM® Cortex™-A9 architecture.
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