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This release contains pre-built SD card images and cross-toolchains for the OpenSTLinux distribution targeting STM32MP1 devices. It consists of the following files:

  • openstlinux-5.10-dunfell-mp1-21-03-31-images.exe is a self-extracting 7-zip archive containing the SD card images and the FLASH layout files (.tsv). It also contains STM32MP1Programmer.exe - a GUI tool that simplifies the programming of the SD card images using the STM32MP1's bootloader.
  • stm32mp1-gcc9.3.0-r2.exe is a ready-to-use Windows cross-toolchain that can produce Linux binaries compatible with the SD card images of this release. It is fully integrated with VisualGDB (https://visualgdb.com/) but can be also used manually as long as you provide the --sysroot argument and specify -march and other flags (see the Toolchain.xml file inside the toolchain directory for a list of flags required by the toolchain).
  • st-image-weston-openstlinux-weston-stm32mp1-x86_64-toolchain-3.1-snapshot.sh is a self-extracting installer for the Linux cross-toolchain produced by the OpenSTLinux build process. You can install it on a 64-bit Linux machine (we recommend Ubuntu 18.04.2). Simply run the installer and it will ask for the installation directory and will then display instructions on using the toolchain.

This release contains pre-built SD card images and cross-toolchains for the OpenSTLinux distribution targeting STM32MP1 devices. It consists of the following files:

  • openstlinux-4.19-thud-mp1-19-10-09-images.exe is a self-extracting 7-zip archive containing the SD card images and the FLASH layout files (.tsv). It also contains STM32MP1Programmer.exe - a GUI tool that simplifies the programming of the SD card images using the STM32MP1's bootloader.
  • stm32mp1-gcc8.2.0-r2.exe is a ready-to-use Windows cross-toolchain that can produce Linux binaries compatible with the SD card images of this release. It is fully integrated with VisualGDB (https://visualgdb.com/) but can be also used manually as long as you provide the --sysroot argument and specify -march and other flags (see the Toolchain.xml file inside the toolchain directory for a list of flags required by the toolchain).
  • st-image-weston-openstlinux-weston-stm32mp1-x86_64-toolchain-2.6-snapshot.sh is a self-extracting installer for the Linux cross-toolchain produced by the OpenSTLinux build process. You can install it on a 64-bit Linux machine (we recommend Ubuntu 18.04.2). Simply run the installer and it will ask for the installation directory and will then display instructions on using the toolchain.

This release contains pre-built SD card images and cross-toolchains for the OpenSTLinux distribution targeting STM32MP1 devices. It consists of the following files:

  • openstlinux-5.4-dunfell-mp1-20-11-12-images.exe is a self-extracting 7-zip archive containing the SD card images and the FLASH layout files (.tsv). It also contains STM32MP1Programmer.exe - a GUI tool that simplifies the programming of the SD card images using the STM32MP1's bootloader.
  • stm32mp1-gcc9.3.0.exe is a ready-to-use Windows cross-toolchain that can produce Linux binaries compatible with the SD card images of this release. It is fully integrated with VisualGDB (https://visualgdb.com/) but can be also used manually as long as you provide the --sysroot argument and specify -march and other flags (see the Toolchain.xml file inside the toolchain directory for a list of flags required by the toolchain).
  • st-image-weston-openstlinux-weston-stm32mp1-x86_64-toolchain-3.1-snapshot.sh is a self-extracting installer for the Linux cross-toolchain produced by the OpenSTLinux build process. You can install it on a 64-bit Linux machine (we recommend Ubuntu 18.04.2). Simply run the installer and it will ask for the installation directory and will then display instructions on using the toolchain.

This release contains pre-built SD card images and cross-toolchains for the OpenSTLinux distribution targeting STM32MP1 devices. It consists of the following files:

  • openstlinux-4.19-thud-mp1-19-02-20-images.exe is a self-extracting 7-zip archive containing the SD card images and the FLASH layout files (.tsv). It also contains STM32MP1Programmer.exe - a GUI tool that simplifies the programming of the SD card images using the STM32MP1's bootloader.
  • stm32mp1-gcc8.2.0.exe is a ready-to-use Windows cross-toolchain that can produce Linux binaries compatible with the SD card images of this release. It is fully integrated with VisualGDB (https://visualgdb.com/) but can be also used manually as long as you provide the --sysroot argument and specify -march and other flags (see the Toolchain.xml file inside the toolchain directory for a list of flags required by the toolchain).
  • st-image-weston-openstlinux-weston-stm32mp1-x86_64-toolchain-2.6-snapshot.sh is a self-extracting installer for the Linux cross-toolchain produced by the OpenSTLinux build process. You can install it on a 64-bit Linux machine (we recommend Ubuntu 18.04.2). Simply run the installer and it will ask for the installation directory and will then display instructions on using the toolchain.