This software is part of the Paparazzi UAV Project.
Luftboot is the bootloader for stm32 based autopilots to enable upgrading the autopilot firmware using usb. It implements the dfu standard.
Luftboot is based on the usbdfu bootloader implementation by Gareth McMullin for the Black Magic Probe project (http://www.blacksphere.co.nz/main/blackmagic).
Call 'make' inside the src directory.
Luftboot needs libopencm3 and an appropriate arm-none-eabi gcc cross compiler. If you don't have these in your PATH, specify them with e.g.
make LIBOPENCM3=path/to/libopencm3 PREFIX=path/to/bin/arm-none-eabi
By default, Luftboot uses a 12MHz external clock to PLL it to 72MHz. If no external clock is available, or for any other reason, one can build Luftboot to use the 8MHz internal RC oscillator to PLL it to 48MHz. Call make as follows from inside ./src:
At bootup, Luftboot uses several criteria (in this order) to decide whether to jump to the payload or to initiate the bootloader:
- On boot, if the payload is NOT valid, start the bootloader
- If the flag is set indicating we just downloaded a payload, jump to payload
- If the payload is forcing the bootloader (using GPIO state after core-only reset) start the bootloader
- If the ADC2 pin on Lisa/M is grounded, jump to payload (i.e. "skip bootloader" jumper)
- If voltage is present on the USB vbus, start the bootloader
- Otherwise, jump to payload
If the bootloader ever gets bigger than 0xFFFF in the main() of sourcecode there is a set vector table base address. '''SCB_VTOR = APP_ADDRESS & 0xFFFF;'''
This only will work if the bootloader reserved space is less than 0xFFFF, i.e. the app address is less than 0xFFFF. This utilizes the aliased memory location of the application vector table, but it seems to work just fine using the unaliased address, i.e. just APP_ADDRESS directly.