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Linux not supported?

Question asked by Mats Söderhäll on Feb 28, 2013
Latest reply on Jan 13, 2014 by Matt Cole

I am evaluating various 32-bit CPU:s for a project.

I bought a TWR-K60N512 kit to be able to evaluate the K60 MCU.


Now it seems like this kit does not support Linux as the host OS.

For CPU:s from ST, NXP, Atmel, Microship and TI have i always found some step-by-step instructions that have enabled me to build the first "hello world" or "blinky" application within a few hours. But for Kinetis i have now spent >10hours without managing to download a single byte to the CPU.


Is Freescale so much involved with Microsoft/IAR/Keil that they have chosen not to support Linux+GCC?