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   - Install the AVR32 Studio IDE using the IDE from the attachments below. **Do NOT install the latest AVR-Studio 5.1 from Atmel.** We will be using avr32-studio 2.7x.   - Install the AVR32 Studio IDE using the IDE from the attachments below. **Do NOT install the latest AVR-Studio 5.1 from Atmel.** We will be using avr32-studio 2.7x.
   - Start AVR32 Studio (don't install the USB drivers it offers to install). Import Daniel’s //usb-rgb-ldr// example project (see attachments below) into AVR32 Studio using the //File/Import.../General/Existing projects into workspace// option. Use all defaults for project import.   - Start AVR32 Studio (don't install the USB drivers it offers to install). Import Daniel’s //usb-rgb-ldr// example project (see attachments below) into AVR32 Studio using the //File/Import.../General/Existing projects into workspace// option. Use all defaults for project import.
-  - In AVR32 Studio, build the project. If there are build errors, check that the device is set properly. Right click on the  //usb-rgb-ldr//  project in the left explorer pane, select Properties, select //C/C++ Build/Settings//, then scroll the panels using the right arrow button to the right to the hidden one called //MCU Settings//. Select the //AT32UC3B1256// from the list of UC3 devices.  This should fix the build problems.  If not, re-import the project, making sure you are selecting the folder u//sb-rgb-ldr// that contains the //.cproject// file; this folder is the eclipse project. +  - In AVR32 Studio, build the project with ctl-B or using //Project/Build all//. If there are build errors, check that the device is set properly. Right click on the  //usb-rgb-ldr//  project in the left explorer pane, select Properties, select //C/C++ Build/Settings//, then scroll the panels using the right arrow button to the right to the hidden one called //MCU Settings//. Select the //AT32UC3B1256// from the list of UC3 devices.  This should fix the build problems.  If not, re-import the project, making sure you are selecting the folder u//sb-rgb-ldr// that contains the //.cproject// file; this folder is the eclipse project. 
   - Install the Device Firmware Update (DFU) tool called Flip.  This installs the command line tool //batchisp// used by AVR32 Studio when you run a "target" to program the board. **Restart AVR32 Studio after installing Flip.**   - Install the Device Firmware Update (DFU) tool called Flip.  This installs the command line tool //batchisp// used by AVR32 Studio when you run a "target" to program the board. **Restart AVR32 Studio after installing Flip.**
   - Plug in a '''bronze''' or  '''copper''' board - but don't install a driver yet.   - Plug in a '''bronze''' or  '''copper''' board - but don't install a driver yet.
dig/uc.txt · Last modified: 2013/03/08 09:34 by tobi