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README.md

MBED Remounter

Another workaround for the problem that HDK-based mbeds cannot be handled properly by a Mac rnning Yosemite. This is implemented as a launchd daemon that continuously watches the file system of your Mac. If the daemon finds that an mbed is connected, it automatically fixes the mount mode of the device so that you can successfully write to the mbed. Direct drag & drop copying to the mbed drive is also resumed.

This software is still in testing phase. Use it at your own risk. This software is distributed under Apache-2.0 license http://opensource.org/licenses/Apache-2.0

Installation

sudo sh install.sh

Uninstallation

sudo sh uninstall.sh

Tested Platforms

  • NXP mbed LPC1768
  • NXP LPC800-MAX
  • Freescale FRDM-KL25Z
  • Freescale FRDM-KL46Z
  • Freescale FRDM-K46F
  • ST Nucleo F401RE
  • Nordic nRF51822
  • Switch Science mbed HRM1017
  • Switch Science mbed LPC824 (reported by Okano-san)
  • Switch Science mbed LPC1114FN28 (reported by Okano-san)

Acknowledgments

  • Akifumi Okano for his droplet that inspired me as well as testing and advertising this software
  • Ned Konz for his nice regular expression that can retrieve required items only from the output of the mount command
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