Does it look like the STLink is uploading from the IDE
BTW. Enable verbose in your prefs.
the other test you can do is go into /tools/maxosx/stlink and run st-flash from a terminal
I think it will tell you if stlink can connect to the board.
try ./st-util from the terminal.
I just tested it and one of my STLink devices was recognized but the other (a Nucleo F3) was not recognized.
I plugged my F3 nucleo into a PC (Win 7) and it did connect using STM's own STLink tool and showed version
V2.J20.M4 STM32 Debug+Mass storage
and have the option to update to
which I thought may fix the problem, but didn't seem to
as far as I can tell, STM don't support STLink on OSX, i.e I can't see any downloads on their site for OSX STLink
All the articles I can find that describe how to use STlink on OSX are using Texane-stlink, which is what we use.
I just tried recompiling the latest Texane - STLink and it didn't help
there is also a folder under the st-link src folder for an OSX driver, but I don't think my default you'd have those files (I it depends if you downloaded the zip of the repo or did git clone) called stlinkv1_macosx_driver
See https://github.com/texane/stlink/tree/m ... osx_driver
But I just tried following the instructions but it won't compile on my Mac as it looks like it only works on 10.6 and 10.7 and I'm running a newer version of OSX
I did think that Matthias (@madias) was using a mac, but perhaps he's running a virtual PC eg using parallels.
Just to recap. The STlink does work on OSX for some boards, however it looks like the firmware in the Nucleo which I have (and probably the firmware you have) is not compatible with OSX
You could try posting to the Texane stlink issues on Github (Actually I'll do that)
Now things start to get a bit more interesting / tricky.
I'm not sure how techie you are, but I suspect the best option is to reflash the Stlink co processor on the Nucleo.
However I can't see an easy way for you do do that, unless you want to connect another one of your STM boards eg possibly one of your F4 boards to the F3 to act as a STLink
But its probably not worth going into detail about precisely how do do that unless you want to give it a shot.