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Starting development of codefire with linux

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Knopf
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hi,
 
i am know in that. what does i need for programming codefire?
 
I need a complet development!
 
where can i get?
 
Greetings
 
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J2MEJediMaster
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Navigate to the left side of this page to the vertical menu that's topped with the title: CodeWarrior Development Products. The next item is CodeWarrior Products. Navigate as follows:

CodeWarrior Products | Coldfire > CWS-MCF-LLPLT-CX

CWS-MCF-LLPLT-CX is the Linux version of the CodeWarrior tools for Coldfire. Have a blast.

---Tom
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Knopf
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so it means i need a system on pc with linux and that above file works on it.

Is there also a file for Windows XP?

Next question is how to grogramming the Codefire atself?

Waht is teh best. JTAG is one possibility so i know and i heard u can make a  selfmade cabel to parallel port on pc?

but new pc has no parallel port anymore.

 

best thanks

Ralf

 

 

 

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J2MEJediMaster
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The other choice in the menu selection I described in the previous post points to a version of CW that operates on a Windows PC.

As for information on programming Coldfire...

1) Go above this forum area, and click on the Products menu.

2) Pick 32-Bit Processors from the drop down menu that appears.

3) Follow the link "68K/Coldfire Processors" to the ColdFire page. From there you can get all sorts of documentation on the Coldfire processor.

As to the interface to downloading code onto a processor, that will be a function of what Coldfire evaluation board you pick. Some boards support parallel and serial programming interfaces, but many of them now offer USB programming interfaces.

---Tom
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