[En-Nut-Discussion] Problem using HSI on STM32
bon at elektron.ikp.physik.tu-darmstadt.de
Tue Mar 22 14:26:20 CET 2016
>>>>> "Ulrich" == Ulrich Prinz <ulrich.prinz at googlemail.com> writes:
Ulrich> Hi! I am (again) proting a project to NutO/S and (again) it is
Ulrich> based on STM32. While starting to move the project, I tried to
Ulrich> start a simple demo code on the existing hardware using STM32F1
Ulrich> DISCOVERY as a base.
Ulrich> Unfortunately I cannot configure anything to work on STM32F1
Ulrich> internal HSI by selecting the appropriate settings in qnutconf.
Ulrich> I thought it should work with: System clock source = SYSCLK_PLL
Ulrich> PLL Clock Source = PLLCLK_HSI
Ulrich> All other settings left as default.
Ulrich> The compile fails with several misconfigured defines, I attached
Ulrich> the compile output at the end. I hopefully upgraded to the
Ulrich> latest repository code but I am truly out of using SVN I use the
Ulrich> git svn commands for now.
Ulrich> I wonder about the fact, that when I initially loaded the
Ulrich> f1_discovery.nut the Device tree was missing and no MPU was
Ulrich> selected. I had to click the F103 to get the missing
argh, why is everybody using F1? Most of my interest in in the newer
And than without HSE. Even on my development head, this configuration failed.
Please try SVN head.
Without any clock setting, especially HSE_VALUE, settup should automatically
use PLL_CLOCK = HSI and 24(F100)/36(F101/F105/F107)/48(F102) or 64 MHz
Uwe Bonnes bon at elektron.ikp.physik.tu-darmstadt.de
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