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This page provides all the necessary steps to get the customized Eclipse software environment up and running in either Windows or Linux.
The software development environment for EVAL-ADICUP360 is based on open source tools, and includes the following features and components:
There are a few things that you will need for the tools and software to work properly.
Windows Tool Chain Installer is a tool that facilitates the installation of the entire tool chain. It's an single executable file which will either automatically download or install bundled packs of all of the necessary tool chain components. The following open source components are included in the tool chain installer:
During installation, the software will require you to connect your EVAL-ADICUP360 debug port to your PC. Only connect the EVAL-ADICUP360 debug port when you are promoted by the installer, not before. Leave the the EVAL-ADICUP360 plugged in until the drivers are completely installed before removing the hardware, or continuing the software install.
If you want to install the toolchain, without connecting the EVAL-ADICUP360 debug port, the debug drivers will not be installed, and you will not be able to use the EVAL-ADICUP360 debug port. You will need to install the driver before using the debug port on the EVAL-ADICUP360. This can be done by finding the
mbedWinSerial_xxxxx.exe installer in the setup folder and double clicking on it.
The executable installs the components to a default local directory structure which can be found below.
There are two methods to get Linux Tool Chain Installer:
The preferred way is to use the debian packages (.deb). You may be asked if you want to install them while there are being downloaded. If not, you can use your file browser. The debian package is typically recognized and associated with your distribution package management system. In any case you can also install them from the command line using following command:
# sudo dpkg -i DEB_PACKAGE
The alternative way is to download the self-contained and relocateable tarball packages (.tar.gz). The only advantage is that unlike the debian package is installed system wide. You can extract the tarball anywhere including your HOME directory:
# tar xzf TAR_PACKAGE
The tarball package also includes some simple shell scripts that installs a symplic link to the aducm360-ide executable into /usr/local/bin , copies the udev rules for the OpenOCD debugger, installs a application launcher with icon etc.
Depending on your system (32-bits or 64 bits) you should pick one of the available versions: