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Anonymous
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Hi,

I am using STM32F4Discovery Wi-Fi kit which contains Broadcom's BCM43362 Wi-Fi chip. I need to set-up the development environment for the board in Linux. Can you provide me the assistance for setting up an IDE and burning code into it. I am using Ubuntu OS. All softwares which they have provided are for Windows.


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SeyhanA_31
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Hi,

Perhaps this would help you to start with Re: importing Wiced SDK into eclipse in linux

Simple install eclipse and hardware debugger support and import the Wiced SDK source. Detailed guide will be available soon.

Thanks.

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SeyhanA_31
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Employee
250 replies posted 100 replies posted 50 replies posted

Hi,

Perhaps this would help you to start with Re: importing Wiced SDK into eclipse in linux

Simple install eclipse and hardware debugger support and import the Wiced SDK source. Detailed guide will be available soon.

Thanks.

Anonymous
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Thank you

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You are welcome.

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