seandepagnier: first day with stm32 blue pill from raspberry pi

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seandepagnier
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seandepagnier: first day with stm32 blue pill from raspberry pi

Post by seandepagnier » Tue Feb 13, 2018 3:09 pm

I got my blue pill working the first day after several hours. My goal is to build a sonar.

The trouble was, the arduino ide didn't support hosting from raspberry pi. This is my only computer. I can't afford anything x86 unless it's 5 years old, and I couldn't power it anyway. I performed these steps:

1) copy Arduino_STM32 into ~/Arduino/hardware
2) install gcc-arm-none-eabi
3) edit Arduino/hardware/Arduino_STM32/STM32F1/platform.txt setting path as:
compiler.path=
4) compile from source various tools invoked by arduino as they fail and copying over the x86 binaries

I suggest that no binaries be distributed. Instead arduino could automatically perform step #4. Making more binaries for arm would not help people with aarch64.

So it's working and I made some demos with blinking and reading analog.

Now I'm hoping to make a sonar with this powerful adc!

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Re: first day with stm32 blue pill from raspberry pi

Post by mrburnette » Tue Feb 13, 2018 7:07 pm

seandepagnier, Welcome.

I am somewhat active with the Raspberry Pi's, 3B and Zero-W.

Ray
My Stuff: https://www.hackster.io/rayburne/projects

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