LPCXpresso with Keil MCB4357

Discussion created by lpcware Employee on Jun 15, 2016
Latest reply on Jun 15, 2016 by lpcware
Content originally posted in LPCWare by richard parker on Thu Jun 26 13:32:05 MST 2014
This is a completely stupid and very basic question I know. This is what happens when a hardware guy has to start playing with software :/

I want to download code onto a Keil MCB4357 with examples from LPCXpresso. Do I need to use a ULINK2 or can I use the LPC-LINK2 or even the Segger J-LINK? As you may gather I only have the MCB4357 evaluation board and not the board with the ULINK-ME. How do I see what hardware debug tool is selected? So far I have only used example projects using the inbuilt LPC-LINK2 on other Xpresso boards and this is my first foray into a non xpresso board.