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Program STM32 with the Bus Pirate

Posted on Tuesday, October 5th, 2010 in Bus Pirate, dev boards by Ian

Will Donnelly wrote a script to program the STM32 Discovery board with the Bus Pirate:

I wanted to program my new STM32 Discovery boards under Linux, and I had a Bus Pirate, so I just finished writing a SWD programmer for it using the raw 2-wire interface.

Get a Bus Pirate v3b for $30, including worldwide shipping at Seeed Studio. Adafruit also has the Bus Pirate and probe cables in stock and ready to ship.


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One Response to “Program STM32 with the Bus Pirate”

  1. paco espinola says:

    There is no instruction about how to implement this feature. The git only has the files.

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