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Author: psavr (Guest)
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It seems not (yet) being official announced by STM, but I've just 
discovered that the actual STM32 CubeMX V5.0.1 package contains an 
installer for Linux...

https://www.st.com/en/ecosystems/stm32cube.html#overview

...and it works!

Author: jemand (Guest)
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Jetzt brauchts nur noch das Atollic-Studio für Linux, dann sehe ich mir 
vielleicht mal die STM32 an.

Bei Microchip gibts das nämlich schon "etwas" länger. Für Linux-Laien 
wie mich war das immer der Grund, PIC32 zu verwenden.
Es läuft einfach nativ, ohne Gefrickel und Kommandozeile...

Author: psavr (Guest)
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>Jetzt brauchts nur noch das Atollic-Studio für Linux

Da bist Du nicht auf dem laufenden, auch Atollic-Studio gibt es für 
Linux:
https://atollic.com/resources/download/

Viel Spass..

Author: psavr (Guest)
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>Es läuft einfach nativ, ohne Gefrickel und Kommandozeile...
Alles ohne Gefrickel und ohne Komandozeile! ;o)

Author: Dr. Sommer (Guest)
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psavr wrote:
> that the actual STM32 CubeMX V5.0.1 package contains an installer for
> Linux...

That's old news. The Linux installer has been there for years. CubeMX 
even worked on Linux before, since it is just a Java application that 
could be manually unpacked and started. It is even mentioned on

https://www.mikrocontroller.net/articles/STM32#STM32CubeMX

Author: psavr (Guest)
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>That's old news.
Ok, I wasn't aware of this.

I wasn't happy with the AC6-SW4STM32 package. But now with CubeMX + 
Atollic TrueStudio 2 there is really a great and seamless working bundle 
for STM32 on Linux available!

Author: Bimbo. (Guest)
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Everything is based on Java as far as I know. I never tried, but it 
should all work using linux.

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