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Bus Blaster: Programming the STM32F4 DISCOVERY

Posted on Thursday, November 10th, 2011 in Bus Blaster by DP

Nabil programed the STM32F4 DISCOVERY development board using the Bus Blaster JTAG debugger and open source OpenOCD software:

My initial research lead me to texane’s github where he created a linux version of ST-LINK. It doesn’t support the STM32F4 yet, but there is a fork which is making good progress. I couldn’t get either to work, which is when I turned to OpenOCD and Bus Blaster. A few minor modifications to the STM32F2 scripts and success. First time using the Bus Blaster and couldn’t be happier.

The STM32F4 uses a 32bit ARM Cortex M4.

Via the forum.

You can get a Bus Blaster v2 for $34.95.

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