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Programming the STM32F4 DISCOVERY with the Bus Blaster

Posted on Thursday, November 3rd, 2011 in Bus Blaster, how-to, open source, programmers by the machinegeek


Nabil wrote to say, “I’ve had success programming and debugging using the Bus Blaster. In this post I will show you how to program and debug the Discovery board using open source hardware and software.”

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5 Responses to “Programming the STM32F4 DISCOVERY with the Bus Blaster”

  1. KarlP says:

    Sure, that works, but you know, you can also just plug the usb port in, and use https://github.com/texane/stlink It’s already been updated to support the F4 discovery kit, and includes examples. :) Ok, so it doesn’t use a BusBlaster though :)

  2. KarlP says:

    Sure, that works, but you know, you can also just plug the usb port in, and use https://github.com/texane/stlink It’s already been updated to support the F4 discovery kit, and includes examples. :) Ok, so it doesn’t use a BusBlaster though :)

  3. I think it’t really cool Nabil achieved this using the Bus Blaster. Congratulations! Hell I want my own busblaster too :)

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