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**The OOBD Book** Download as [[epub|eBook]] \\ Download as [[https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B795A63vSunRbk1jc3U5VFFJbkU&usp=sharing|PDF / Mobi]] * [[start|Documentation]] * Installation * [[startup_javame|OOBD-ME (Mobile Phones)]] * [[startup_android|OOBD-Android]] * [[startup_windows|Windows OOBDesk]] * [[startup_embedded|Raspi & Co]] * [[startup_usage|Start the programs]] * [[startup_oobdscript|First Success: Run the OOBD script]] * [[lua_start|Lua in OOBD]] * [[tools_quickscript|Click your Script: Quick Script]] * [[lua_make-your-own-scripts|Make your own OOBD Scripts]] * [[lua_tutorial|The OOBD Lua Tutorial]] * [[lua_make|Lua Build Enviroment]] * Web UI * [[:de:doc:webui_tutorial|Web User Interface Tutorial(German)]] * [[webui_guide|Web UI Package structure]] * [[:de:doc:webui_simulator|UI Emulator for development(German)]] * [[hw_start|The OOBD Hardware]] * [[hw_quickstart|OOBD Cup Quick Start]] * [[hw_assembly-cupv5|Build your own Dongle]] * [[hw_busswitch|Add a second Bus to DXM]] * [[hw_bootloader|Flash the Bootloader]] * [[hw_firmware|Flash the Firmware]] * [[hw_flash-from-usb-stick|Flash the Firmware from USB-Stick]] * [[hw_commands|The Firmware Commands]] * [[tools_start|The OOBD Utilities]] * [[tools_kadaver|Kadaver]] * [[tools_quickscript|Quick Script]] * [[tools_cortex-crc32|Cortex-CRC32]] * [[tools_filelist|Filelist]] * [[tools_olp|OLP]] * [[tools_oobdcopyshop|OOBDCopyShop]] * [[tools_oobdtemple|oobdtemple]] * [[tools_oodbcreate|OODBCreate]] * [[tools_opendiagx|OpenDiagX]] * [[tools_oobdcmd|OOBDcmd]] * [[tools_oobdflash|OOBDFlash]] * PGP * [[pgp_setup|Install PGP Keys]] * [[dev_start|Development]] * [[dev_googlesetup|Join the News]] * Setup your Developer Environment * [[dev_cygwininstall|CygWin Environment]] * [[dev_setupswing|Java Swing]] * [[dev_setupme|Java ME]] * [[dev_setupandroid|Android]] * [[dev_androidlivecd|The Android Debug Live CD]] * [[dev_setupfirmware|Firmware]] * [[dev_clientdesignguide|User Interface Design Guide]] * [[dev_systemspec|The OOBD System Spec]] * [[dev_readotherformats|Import XML files]] * [[dev_links|Link Collection]] * [[dev_roadmap|Road Map]] * [[rfc_start|Specifications (RFC)]] * [[rfc_firmware_syntax|OOBD Firmware: General Command Syntax]] * [[rfc_canuds-mode|OOBD Firmware: Protocol : UDS (P 6 ..)]] * [[rfc_canraw-mode|OOBD Firmware: Protocol : CANraw (P 6 ..)]] * [[rfc_rtd-real-time-data-protocol-for-the-oobd-firmware|OOBD Firmware: Protocol : Real Time Data (RTD) (P 6 ..)]] * [[rfc_pgp-encrypting-sensible-data-with-pgp|PGP Principle]] * [[rfc_onion|The ONION Message Format]] * [[faq|Frequently Asked Questions]]

doc:dev_setupfirmware

====== OOBD-Firmware Development Environment ====== ===== Kubuntu for VirtualBox with IDE Eclipse and Sourcery ARM Toolchain ===== * The OOBD-Firmware Build process is based on [[http://www.eclipse.org/|Eclipse]]. * The Development environment is running within a virtual machine based on [[http://www.virtualbox.org/|VirtualBox]]. * The used Guest OS itself is the Linux distribution [[http://www.kubuntu.org/|Kubuntu]]. ==== Download software ==== * Get latest version of Kubuntu (here: 13.04) http://www.kubuntu.org/getkubuntu * Get latest version of Virtualbox (here: 4.2.12 for Windows hosts, tested on Windows 7, 64bit) https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Downloads * Get latest Oracle VM VirtualBox Extension Pack (here: 4.2.12) http://dlc.sun.com.edgesuite.net/virtualbox/4.2.12/Oracle_VM_VirtualBox_Extension_Pack-4.2.12.vbox-extpack ==== Virtualbox installation on Windows Host ==== Start “Virtual - box” on Windows host: Start => Oracle VM VirtualBox => Oracle VM VirtualBox - Create new virtual machine: \\ New or Ctrl-N \\ {{ :doc:dev_vm_p1.png?300 |}} \\ Press “Next” - Memory size (here: 1024MB)\\ {{ :doc:dev_vm_p2.png?300 |}} \\ Press “Next” - Create a virtual hard drive now \\ {{ :doc:dev_vm_p3.png?300 |}} \\ Press “Create” - Hard drive file type (here: VDI – VirtualBox Disc Image)\\ {{ :doc:dev_vm_p4.png?300 |}} \\ Press “Next” - Storage on physical hard drive (here: Dynamically allocated)\\ {{ :doc:dev_vm_p5.png?300 |}} \\ Press “Next” - Select file location and size (here: 8GB Disc Image)\\ {{ :doc:dev_vm_p6.png?300 |}} \\ Press “Create” - New created virtual machine is ready for initial start now\\ {{ :doc:dev_vm_p7.png?300 |}} \\ Highlight “Kubuntu” and double mouse click now to start new virtual machine “Kubuntu”! - Insert Kubuntu 13.04 CD in CD-ROM of Laptop/PC\\ {{ :doc:dev_vm_p8.png?300 |}} \\ Press “Start” - Kubuntu Start-Screen after booting Virtualmachine from CD\\ {{ :doc:dev_vm_p9.png?300 |}} \\ Select language and Press “Install Kubuntu” - Start installation \\ Select “Install this third-party software” and “Download updates while installing” \\ {{ :doc:dev_vm_p10.png?300 |}} \\ Press “continue” - Choose installation type (here: use entire disk) \\ {{ :doc:dev_vm_p11.png?300 |}} \\ Press “Install now” - Confirm Timezone during installation process \\ {{ :doc:dev_vm_p12.png?300 |}} \\ Press “Continue” - Select you Keyboard layout (here: German) \\ {{ :doc:dev_vm_p13.png?300 |}} \\ Press “Continue” - Fill-In user data \\ {{ :doc:dev_vm_p14.png?300 |}} \\ Press “Continue” - After finishing installation restart Virtual machine by pressing “Restart Now” \\ {{ :doc:dev_vm_p15.png?300 |}} \\ **Hint:** \\ CD is ejected automatically after shutting down and restart! - After restart and login the KDE desktop is shown: \\ {{ :doc:dev_vm_p16.png?300 |}} ==== Install Eclipse-CDT with Muon Package Manager ==== - KDE => Applications => System => Muon Package Manager \\ {{ :doc:dev_vm_p17.png?300 |}} \\ Press “Installation” \\ **Hint: ** \\ “Mark Addition changes?” => Press “OK” \\ Press “Apply Changes” on the top and enter your user password \\ **Hint:** \\ A working Internet connection is necessary now otherwise the installation will fail. - Install Subversion with Muon Package Manager * KDE => Applications => System => Muon Package Manager \\ {{ :doc:dev_vm_p18.png?300 |}} * Type Subversion in search bar * Highlight subversion and right click on subversion => Mark for installation => Apply changes ==== Installation procedure of Sourcery G++ Lite Edition for ARM EABI ==== - Start Webbrowser (i.e. Firefox from KDE => All Applications => Internet) and get Sourcery CodeBench Lite Edition for ARM EABI – ARM crosscompiler \\ Please download the latest Sourcery G++ Lite version and NOT any “CodeBench” version, i.e.: \\ Release Date 2011-05-02 - Sourcery G++ Lite 2011.03-42 \\ https://sourcery.mentor.com/GNUToolchain/release1802 \\ Release Date 2010-11-10 - Sourcery G++ Lite 2010.09-51 \\ https://sourcery.mentor.com/GNUToolchain/release1592 \\ **Hint:** \\ Don’t use the newer CodeBench version as they won’t work out of the box, i.e.: \\ Release Date 2013-05-07 - Sourcery CodeBench Lite 2013.05-23 \\ https://sourcery.mentor.com/GNUToolchain/release2449 \\ Release Date 2011-12-19 - Sourcery CodeBench Lite 2011.09-69 \\ https://sourcery.mentor.com/GNUToolchain/release2032 \\ **Hint:** \\ Target OS... \\ EABI => IA32 GNU/Linux Installer \\ ... and NOT... \\ GNU/Linux - Install Sourcery CodeBench Lite Edition for ARM EABI by start Terminal \\ KDE => All applications => System => Terminal \\ ''<hostname>:~$ cd Downloads/'' \\ ''<hostname>:~/Downloads$ chmod 755 arm-2011.03-42-arm-none-eabi.bin'' \\ ''<hostname>:~/Downloads$ sudo dpkg-reconfigure –plow dash'' \\ Configuring dash => Select “No” \\ ''<hostname>:~/Downloads$ sudo ./arm-2011.03-42-arm-none-eabi.bin'' \\ {{ :doc:dev_vm_p19.png?300 |}} \\ Installation procedure: \\ Select… \\ “Next” => \\ “I accecpt the terms of the Licencse Agreement” => “Next” => \\ “Next” => \\ “Minimal” => “Next” => \\ “Choose Install Folder” => change prefix folder to “/opt/CodeSourcery/Sourcery_G++_Lite“ => “Next” => \\ “Modify PATH for current user” => “Next” => \\ “Choose Link Folder” => change prefix folder to “/opt/CodeSourcery/Sourcery_G++_Lite“ => “Next” => \\ “Install” \\ Select “Next” => “Next” \\ {{ :doc:dev_vm_p20.png?300 |}} \\ Installer will be closed automatically now. - Set PATH in home directory ~/.profile \\ ''sudo vi ~/.profile'' \\ ---add at the end of the file--- \\ ''# set PATH so it includes CodeSourcery bin if it exists'' \\ ''if [ -d "/opt/CodeSourcery/Sourcery_G++/bin" ] ; then'' \\ ''PATH="/opt/CodeSourcery/Sourcery_G++/bin:$PATH"'' \\ ''fi'' ==== Install GNU Arm Eclipse - Manged build extension for GNU ARM Toolchains ==== http://gnuarmeclipse.livius.net/blog/ - Start Eclipse \\ KDE => All applications => Development => Eclipse - Add source to Available Software \\ Eclipse menu: Help => Install software \\ Work with: http://gnuarmeclipse.sourceforge.net/updates \\ Press “Add” \\ {{ :doc:dev_vm_p21.png?300 |}} \\ Add Name and Press “OK” \\ Press “Select All” \\ Press “Next” \\ Press “Next” \\ Select “I accept the terms of the license agreement” \\ Press “Finish” \\ “Security Warning” => Press “OK” \\ After installation is finished => “Software Updates” => Press “Yes” => Eclipse will be restarted ==== Installation “VBoxGuestAdditions.iso” ==== - Right mouse click on CD symbol on tray right bottom corner - Mark entry “VBoxGuestAdditions.iso” - Press “Strg-Alt-F1” to leave KDE and start Terminal - ''cd /media/<username>/VBOXADDITIONS_4.2.12_84980$'' - ''sudo ./VBoxLinuxAdditions.run'' \\ {{ :doc:dev_vm_p22.png?300 |}} \\ Restart Virtual machine to use the Guest Additions ==== Mount Shared Folder to Host OS (here: Windows) ==== - ''sudo mount –t vboxsf V_DRIVE /mnt'' ==== Start and Configuration of Eclipse ==== - Start Eclipse from the KDE-Menu and use/confirm the default workspace directory in your home directory - Import OOBD firmware project \\ File => Import \\ {{ :doc:dev_vm_p23.png?300 |}} \\ General => Existing Projects into Workspace => Next \\ {{ :doc:dev_vm_p24.png?300 |}} \\ Select Directory where the firmware is located (Hint: SVN checkout) => Finish \\ After import of project is finished => Right click on project “DXM1_Firmware” => Build Configurations => Set Active => Release_STM32 \\ \\ {{ :doc:dev_vm_p25.png?300 |}} \\ Right click on project “DXM1_Firmware” => Clean Project (before first build process) \\ Right click on project “DXM1_Firmware” => Build Project \\ If firmware is finished successfully you’ll get a result like: \\ {{ :doc:dev_vm_p26.png?300 |}} \\ The “OOBD_Firmware_CRC.bin” file is located here… \\ ''..\trunk\interface\Designs\CORTEX\STM32F103C8_Eclipse_GCC\D2\app\Release_STM32\'' \\ …after the build process is finished. ---- ===== Off Topic: What Eclipse files to check in with a new project ===== A small note, copied from http://digitaldumptruck.jotabout.com/?p=767 What Eclipse files to check in with a new project By Michael Portuesi | Published: November 17, 2010 This info is available elsewhere on the net, but I am including it here because I have to look it up every time and I’m tired of it. Check in * ''.project'' * ''.classpath'' * ''.settings'' Check in these files if you wish to share with the rest of the team: * ''.settings/org.eclipse.jdt.ui.prefs'' – it contains the settings for the import ordering * ''.settings/org.eclipse.jdt.core.prefs'' – it contains the settings for the compiler version Do not check in * ''.metadata'' It contains a bunch of state information for your Eclipse workspace, which is changing all the time. When setting up the project on the new machine use File > Import … > General > Existing Project Into Workspace.

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