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This page provides all the necessary steps to get CrossCore Embedded Studio (CCES) software environment up and running on Windows or Linux.
The CCES software development environment for EV-COG-AD3029LZ is based on open source tools, and is maintained by Analog Devices. CCES includes support for DSP (digital signal processing) and ARM Cortex M- and A- devices, and includes the following features and many more:
There are a few things that you will need for the tools and software to work properly.
The EV-COG-AD3029LZ requires the use of Crosscore Embedded Studios version 2.6.0 or higher. Do not attempt to use earlier versions of the CrossCore tools, due to compatibility issues that will damage the EV-COG-AD3029LZ.
CrossCore Embedded Studio 2.6.0 Windows Installer(Executable)
CrossCore Embedded Studio 2.6.0 Ubuntu Linux Installer(Debian)
It is best that you save all the files/folders to the default directories recommended by the CrossCore Embedded Studios installer. This way all the instructions and support provided will be easier.
The executable installs all necessary components to the Analog Devices local directory structure which can be found below.
The Ubuntu Linux Installer(Debian) installs all necessary components to the Analog Devices local directory structure which can be found below.
The first time you launch CrossCore Embedded Studio, you will be prompted to input a serial number, name, and email address. The serial number for ALL EV-COG-AD3029LZ boards is:
Once the serial number has been activated, the CrossCore development tools will allow you full and unlimited access to all the features of the tool when using the Analog Devices family of ARM Cortex Processor.
For more details on CrossCore Embedded Studio, updated versions of the tools, release notes, tools documentation, or other support. Please visit the CrossCore webpage, or email the CrossCore support team at email@example.com
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