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is it. the same lpc2103 or not?

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How can i program armmite pro kit with processor lpc 2103 in. Mandriva :)
 
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Typically, either by the resident bootloader (ISP) or by the JTAG interface.

Programming via the ISP bootloader can be done through the UART interface using a utility like Flash Magic.

Using the Philips LPC2000 Flash utility with the Keil MCB2100 and IAR LPC210x Kickstart evaluation boards

Flash Magic Programming via ISP entry using COM port handshaking signals

Hints and tips for Flash Magic

Programming via the JTAG interface requires JTAG ARM programmer/debugger hardware, like the Segger J-Link or KEIL ULINK2.

Segger J-Link EDU - Educational Version


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I mean programing in linux (mandriva distribution)
The purpose of your statement and question are unclear, taking a few more minutes to phrase your question and following replies would be helpful.



Regardless of the OS of your PC, the methods of programming the LPC2103 remain the same.

There are LINUX compatible utilities similar to Flash Magic specifically for the LINUX environment:

LPC2K_PGM Linux Bootloader Utility

Or you can still use Flash Magic on a LINUX platform by following the following tutorial:

FlashMagic on Linux using wine

Using Flash magic in Linux



If you are referring to code development rather than programming the actual device, you can use ARM-GCC compiler toolset combined with Eclipse for an IDE:

YAGARTO - Yet another GNU ARM toolchain

YAGARTO and Eclipse


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