st-util

st-util

TLDR

Run GDB server on port 4500

$ st-util -p [4500]
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Connect to GDB server

$ (gdb) target extended-remote [localhost]:[4500]
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Write firmware to device

$ (gdb) load [firmware.elf]
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SYNOPSIS

st-util [<ARGS>...]

DESCRIPTION

Start a GDB server to interact with a STM32 device Run the main binary of the local package (src/main.rs).

If a port number is not specified using the –listen_port option, the default 4242 port will be used.

Stlink version 2 is used by default unless the option –stlinkv1 is given.

The STLinkV2 device to use can be specified in the environment variable STLINK_DEVICE on the format :.

OPTIONS

-h, --help

Print this message.

--version

Print version information

-v XX, --verbose=XX

Specify a specific verbosity level (0..99)

-v, --verbose

Specify generally verbose logging

-s X, --stlink_version=X

Choose what version of stlink to use, (defaults to 2)

-1, --stlinkv1

Force stlink version 1

-p 4242, --listen_port=1234

Set the gdb server listen port. (default port: 4242)

-m, --multi

Set gdb server to extended mode. st-util will continue listening for connections after disconnect.

-n, --no-reset

Do not reset board on connection.

--semihosting

Enable ARM Semihosting output on stdout

EXAMPLES

Run GDB server on port 4500 and connect to it

$ st-util -p 4500
$ gdb
(gdb) target extended-remote localhost:4500

COPYRIGHT

This work is copyrighted. Stlink contributors. See LICENSE file in the stlink source distribution.

SEE ALSO

st-flash(1), st-info(1)

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