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niranjanaramkum
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I have a board based on dual lite design. I want to turn on/off LEDs using C code. How do I start?

I have used TI's code composer studio and i am assuming Freescale has an IDE too.

Kindly advice!

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Jack_at_Oxigraf
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there are a lot more details needed, specifically the processor (controller),   Most demo boards include code and reccomendations for IDE for this exact or similar task,  since you already have a board, search the Freescale site for your processor, for such a simple task ( and many more complex) the free version of CodeWarrior would be fine, that is if it supports the processor on the board.  If you are just learning Kinetis look for the KDS:Kinetis Design Studio

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Jack_at_Oxigraf
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there are a lot more details needed, specifically the processor (controller),   Most demo boards include code and reccomendations for IDE for this exact or similar task,  since you already have a board, search the Freescale site for your processor, for such a simple task ( and many more complex) the free version of CodeWarrior would be fine, that is if it supports the processor on the board.  If you are just learning Kinetis look for the KDS:Kinetis Design Studio

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niranjanaramkum
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I have downloaded ARM's ds 5 studio, and now have to connect the board to it through jlink. Could you please help me do that?

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niranjanaramkum
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Thank you for the reply, :smileyhappy:. But could you be a little more specific? My processor is imx6 dual lite. I do not think i can use kinetics. So i should be using Code warrior,right? Could you please provide me a link for the code warrior download?

Thank you so much!

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