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eu_mtaverna
Contributor II

Hi all,

I just created a LPC54102 dual core project in MCUpresso following the guide. (Core M4 = Master, Core M0 = Slave).

After that I want to confiugre the LPC peripherals by MCUXpresso Config Tools but it works only on Master M4 core. When I try to open MCUXpresso Config Tools relative to the Slave core an error message appears :

"The project does not contains any configuration/source file to import open configuration. Open configuration failed due to unknown reason".

What about this issue? I noted that no .mex file appears on Slave project.

What is the correct way to configure the Slave peripherals by MCUXpresso Config Tools?

Thanks.

 

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eu_mtaverna
Contributor II

Thanks for replay,

I think I will configure peripherals manually.

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Alice_Yang
NXP TechSupport
NXP TechSupport

Hello,

 

Do you use standalone MCUXpresso configure tool or integrated in MCUXpresso IDE?

I test with MCUXpresso IDE V11.6, it can work well:

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BR

Alice

 

 

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DanielR
Contributor I

I am curious Alice is the example you are showing a dual core project?

Daniel

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Alice_Yang
NXP TechSupport
NXP TechSupport

Hello,

Yes, this is a dual core project under SDK demo:

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BR

Alice

 

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eu_mtaverna
Contributor II

Hi,

I'm working with integrated MCUXpresso IDE v11.6.0 [Build 8187] [2022-07-13]

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DanielR
Contributor I

I saw the same issue. Unfortunately I don't have a great solution. I ended up working with a combination of two solutions:

1) Configure the peripheral under the M4 project and then manually copy the configuration code over to the M0+ project.

2) Abandon the MCUXpresso Config Tool for peripherals. It works well for pin assignments and configuring the clocks, but beyond that I found it to be very limiting. I had better results writing the config myself after reading the API Manual and the LPC5410x User manual (UM10850).

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eu_mtaverna
Contributor II

Thanks for replay,

I think I will configure peripherals manually.

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