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iteadmaple 1.0

I have the iteadmaple 1.0 board.

What IDE I can use to program it?

Can I use Arduino 1.8.0? How to tune this IDE?

It see the board like:

BN: Unknown board
PID: 0004
SN: Upload any sketch for use

what is the MCU on the iteadmaple 1.0 board?

Okay. I found what another user is using:

"  I'm using the Arduino 1.6.3 IDE with files from my GitHub repository and it works fine. "

STM32's can also use Keil or mikro platforms.

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I'm using Arduino 1.8.0 @ Linux Mint 18 and it can't connect to the board.


Thanks for your help - IDE began to see my board!
But I have this issue:
"Arduino: 1.8.0 (Linux), Плата:"Maple Mini, Original (17k RAM,108k Flash)"

fork/exec /bin/arm-none-eabi-g++: no such file or directory
Ошибка компиляции для платы Maple Mini." [Compilation error for the Maple Mini board]


You will need to follow all the install instructions from that wiki

It is one most common for stm32, I am sorry I don't have an answer

Actually reading,

 downloading Arduino SAM Boards from IDE's board manager

 seems to solve many of same issues according to google search

Ok, I got this working on my laptop with Linux Mint 18 and Arduino IDE 1.8.0.
1. First I installed the Arduino SAM Boards (Arduino Due) and SAMD boards (Arduino Zero, M0, etc) from the Boards Manager in the IDE.

2. Downloaded the Arduino_STM32 hardware files from github

3. I extracted the files into Arduino/hardware/Arduino_STM32

4. Ran the udev rules installation script in Arduino/hardware/Arduino_STM32/tools/linux64/

5. Restarted the Arduino IDE.

6. The tricky part, select the Maple(Rev3) board and the port /dev/ttyACM0

7. I don't know if this step was neccesary but I installed dfu-utils from repositories:

sudo apt-get install dfu-utils

I don't remember if I did anything else besides this but I already loaded a blinking program.

To load a program:

1. Press the Reset button

2. Quickly press the Boot button while the led is flashing rapidly, and hold for a couple of seconds until the led flashes slower steadily, then release. It should stay flashing slowly.

3. Download the program.

Thanks a lot for your answer!
I made all steps you write,
but I still have the response:

 fork/exec /bin/arm-none-eabi-g++: no such file or directory
Compilation error for Maple Mini.

And I can't install dfu-utils. In what repository I can find it?

I found dfu-util folder in arduino-1.8.0/hardware/Arduino_STM32-master/tools/linux/ (and in linux64 too).
Does I need to install dfu-util again?
(I use linux32).


That error seems to indicate that the support files for Arduino Due and Arduino Zero are missing. Check they are installed in Boards Manager menu. For Linux 32 bits I think there is a directory. I used the script in Linux 64 because my laptop is 64 bits. I am not sure if you need to install dfu-util from the Linux distro, I know I did it, but might not be necessary.
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