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README.md

Tomu Quickstart Guide

This guide describes everything you need to set up your system to develop for Tomu.

This quickstart guide is designed to be used on Mac, Windows, Linux, and anything else that can run GCC and Make.

The main Tomu U2F firmware is in a different repo.

Overview of Requirements

To build and load sample code, you will need three things:

  1. An ARM toolchain
  2. Make
  3. dfu-utils

Installation varies depending on your platform:

Platform ARM Toolchain Make dfu-util
Windows GNU Arm Embedded Toolchain GNU Win32 Make precompiled binaries
macOS GNU Arm Embedded Toolchain Xcode Homebrew brew install dfu-util
Debian/Ubuntu sudo apt-get install gcc-arm-none-eabi libnewlib-arm-none-eabi libstdc++-arm-none-eabi-newlib sudo apt-get install make sudo apt-get install dfu-util
Fedora sudo dnf install arm-none-eabi-newlib arm-none-eabi-gcc-cs-c++ sudo dnf install make sudo dnf install dfu-util
Arch sudo pacman -S arm-none-eabi-gcc arm-none-eabi-newlib sudo pacman -S make sudo pacman -S dfu-util

If you don't have dfu-util (for instance a chromebook), you may be able to flash from a chrome browser with https://dfu.tomu.im/

This quickstart repo differs from the samples repo in that it has a prebuilt version of libopencm3, which normally requires various command line programs to compile. This cuts down on compile time, and enables building on platforms that don't have commands like grep, printf, or cat.

Building Examples

To build an example, go into the directory and type make. For example, bare-minimum.

Loading Examples

Upgrade toboot (if needed)

Before you start, check if you have an old bootloader. On linux, it will look like this in dmesg: Product: Tomu Bootloader instead of Product: Tomu Bootloader (5) v2.0-rc7
If you flash a program, you will require a recovery procedure to get the flashing bootloader back by default.
You will need to go to: https://github.com/im-tomu/toboot and if you lost your bootloader, you will have to short external pads 1 and 4 before you insert tomu.
After that, you'll need to flash 2 files:

  • "sudo dfu-util --download toboot-boosted.dfu" (flash, and then re-insert tomu)
  • tomu should now look like this in dmesg "Tomu Bootloader (1) v2.0-rc7"
  • flash a 2nd time with "sudo dfu-util -D toboot-boosted.bin"
  • now tomu should say "Tomu Bootloader (5) v2.0-rc7"

Load an an example

To load examples onto Tomu, ensure it is in DFU mode by verifying that the red and green LEDs are alternately blinking, and that it shows up if you run sudo dfu-util --list. Then, load the sample you want using dfu-util --download project.dfu.

Note that you may need to use sudo or proper udev permissions to flash:

sauron [mc]$ dfu-util --download miniblink.dfu
Match vendor ID from file: 1209
Match product ID from file: 70b1
dfu-util: Cannot open DFU device 1209:70b1
dfu-util: No DFU capable USB device available

sauron [mc]$ sudo dfu-util --download miniblink.dfu
Match vendor ID from file: 1209
Match product ID from file: 70b1
Opening DFU capable USB device...
ID 1209:70b1
Run-time device DFU version 0101
Claiming USB DFU Interface...
Setting Alternate Setting #0 ...
Determining device status: state = dfuIDLE, status = 0
dfuIDLE, continuing
DFU mode device DFU version 0101
Device returned transfer size 1024
Copying data from PC to DFU device
Download	[=========================] 100%         1164 bytes

Permissions and udev

If you need to run sudo every time, on linux you can add some udev rules change permissions automatically. Write this into /etc/udev/rules.d/10-tomu.rules, then run 'udevadm trigger', and re-insert the device.

ACTION=="add|change", ATTRS{idVendor}=="1209", ATTRS{idProduct}=="70b1", TAG+="uaccess"

Loading the next program, or "help, I can't load the next program"

To load another program, unplug Tomu and plug it back in. If you do not get the tomu bootloader when you do so, jump back to the beginning of this section and see how to force boot into toboot and upgrade it.

Creating a new Project

To create a new project, simply copy an existing project. The bare-minimum project is a good example if you want to start from scratch.

The new project's .dfu file will be based on the directory name.

Troubleshooting Tips

  • The miniblink program, when correctly operating, looks quite similar to the bootloader's "waiting for instructions" state. You can change this by editing the system_millis check in the sys_tick_handler function to make the LEDs flash faster or slower.

  • Early versions of the bootloader only work with programs that have a toboot-v2.0 signature. If you load a program and get a stream of test-in-progress over the USB serial console instead of what you expect the program to do, you should upgrade toboot. To add a toboot-v2.0 signature, add the following near the top of the program and recompile:

    // Make this program compatible with Toboot-V2.0
    #include <toboot.h>
    TOBOOT_CONFIGURATION(0);
    

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