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STM32-P152 development with Eclipse on Linux

February 23, 2014


In this post I show how to use Eclipse to create a simple "blink" program, flash it on a STM32-P152 board and attach to it with a debugger. This has been executed with the help of Eclipse plugins, GCC ARM Embedded toolchain, OpenOCD, C232HM FTDI JTAG cable. This approach can be adapted to many Cortex-M targets and many JTAG adapters.

Debugging the STM32-P152 board with GDB

September 15, 2013


This post shows how to debug a program running on the Olimex STM32-P152. The setup consists of free software such as GCC, GDB and OpenOCD, and FTDI USB cables.

Flashing the STM32-P152 board with OpenOCD

August 14, 2013


This post shows how to write the embedded flash of the Olimex STM32-P152 board with a custom program, using free software and FTDI USB cables.

JTAG connection with OpenOCD and FTDI cable

August 4, 2013


I wanted to use the FTDI C232HM cable to create a JTAG connection with an electronic board mounting the STM32 microcontroller. In this post I give the details on how I managed to do it using OpenOCD.

Olimex STM32-P152 board arrived

September 23, 2012


Last week I placed an order for some electronic products, and they arrived yesterday. The main products in the shipment are: Olimex STM32-P152 prototype board, with an STM32 microcontroller and many peripherals FTDI C232HM-EDHSL-0, which is a USB-to-spaghetti dongle that connects a PC to an embedded product using many protocols (USART, SPI, I2C, JTAG, …) FTDI Chipi-X10 […]

Bus Blaster v2 JTAG debugger

April 17, 2011


Dangerous Prototypes recently announced the availability of the open source Bus Blaster v2 in their shop (here the announcement). The Bus Blaster is an USB tool to debug microcontrollers and embedded cores in general, and its design is completely open source. I already did a post on the first version of the Bus Blaster, but […]

Bus Blaster JTAG debugger

February 27, 2011


The Bus Blaster v1 is a prototype board (from Dangerous Prototypes) that allows to access the JTAG connection of integrated circuits through USB, using the FTDI FT2232H chip for the conversion. The prototype is on sale at around 35$ as they say on their page, but keep in mind that it is still a prototype, […]