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STM32 Nucleo: access SD cards with C standard library

July 3, 2016

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The ST Nucleo is an Arduino-like board with an STM32 as the microcontroller, and many Arduino shields can be mounted on it. I recently played with an Ethernet shield for the network connection, but since the shield also contains a microSD card slot, I wanted to access the SD card to read/write files. I’d like to […]

libopencm3 on STM32 Nucleo board

April 19, 2015

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This article is part of a series about developing for STM32 micro-controllers on Linux. A few days ago I talked about libopencm3, an open source library to access Cortex-M functionalities and peripherals of many micro-controllers, especially STM32 variants. I wanted to use this library to develop on a Nucleo board that I have in my hand, […]

libopencm3 for the license-sensitive Cortex-M developer

April 12, 2015

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I was thinking of starting a new open source project that should run on STM32 boards, and I realized that it would need a lot of low level code that accesses many different peripherals. One of the first libraries that comes to mind, and I bet it’s the same for many Cortex-M developers, is ARM CMSIS. ARM […]