[Answered] Difficulties in configuring the STM32L476RG board in the Arduino IDE.

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[Answered] Difficulties in configuring the STM32L476RG board in the Arduino IDE.

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Hello friends,

I'm trying to use the Arduino IDE to portabilize a program made for Arduino Uno in a program for STM32L476RG Nucleo-64.
The steps I have already followed are as follows:
1) I installed the USB driver for the ST cards: STSW-LINK009;
2) I indicated the Json address in the Arduino IDE: File -> Preferences -> Settings -> Additional Boards Manager URLs -> https://github.com/stm32duino/BoardMana ... index.json
3) In the Boards Manager, I installed the STM32 Cores by STMicroeletronics version 1.8.0
When I try to add the STM32L476RG board, however, it does not appear in the listing.
What am I doing wrong?

Thanks for listening!
Fabio
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Re: Difficulties in configuring the STM32L476RG board in the Arduino IDE.

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If you get a nucleo L476RG then select Nucleo64 and after the nucleo l476RG in the submenu board part number.
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Re: Difficulties in configuring the STM32L476RG board in the Arduino IDE.

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Thank you very much for your help! I'm starting on STM32, I didn't notice the sub-menu for choosing the board version ...
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Re: [Answered] Difficulties in configuring the STM32L476RG board in the Arduino IDE.

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Welcome.
That's why there is a getting started wiki ;)
https://github.com/stm32duino/wiki/wiki/Getting-Started
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Re: [Answered] Difficulties in configuring the STM32L476RG board in the Arduino IDE.

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Perfect!
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