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fatfryer 1.0
 
FatFryer is an application to allow the STM32Circle flash to be programmed from Linux and MacOs X

Code size:8KB Author:abardsley
Source files included:yes Version:1.0
Use circleOS:yes (1.6) Creation date:2008-01-27 23:19:07
Hardware modification:no Modification date:2008-01-27 23:40:43
Based on the STM32 Primer:Primer1
   
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Download:    fatfryer-1.0.zip (206 KB)

Description:

FatFryer is a normal CircleOS application that enables the flash memory on the STM32 Primer's STM32 chip to be modified from a Linux or MacOS X-running machine connected to the right hand USB socket.  The FatFryer package contains instructions and tools for developing CircleOS applications on Linux and MacOS X as well.  Development is based on the CodeSourcery GCC distribution and the ST firmware library for STM32.  Applications developed using FatFryer will be loadable using Raisonance's Windows-based tools as well as FatFryer.

From the README file:

 

INSTALLATION

Unfortunately, you wil need a friend with a Windows machine to get started.

To use FatFryer, you need these things:

 

 

  1. (Briefly) A Windows machine with the Raisonance STM32Circle/Ride software installed to write the FatFryer to your Circle.
  2. A Linux/MacOSX/... machine with: