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FM0+, FM3 & FM4 MCU

Anonymous
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Hi. 

   

I am a studying electrical engineering and have a nice Pioneer Kit. My question is:

   

Is it possible to develop For the FM4 Board under Linux, and for example is it possible with eclipse? or would i have to use all your software under wine. (If this there the case i could just easily switch to windows, but still i am curious, if i could even work under windows with eclipse without your custom software)

   

 

   

Thanks

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bharadhwajas_91
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There is no Linux support as of nw ,would recommend to use Windows

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Anonymous
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hi,

   

         I am the beginner to this controller  Cypress S6E2CCAL0AGL20000 DEVICE   I had not done any device interface through the this controller, I need the drivers for the UART ,CAN, SPI, ETHERNET,GPIO lines if any one is having those drivers can you please tell me, it more help full.

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Anonymous
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AgOb_2058796
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Although there is no official support for Linux, you can develop under Linux using Eclipse. Currently, I am doing bare-metal development under Linux on the FM4-U120-9B560 kit. I am using GNU ARM GCC+Eclipse+J-linkDebugPlugin for Eclipse+J-link Probe.

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