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BinaryPentode
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Hello,

I just recently became interested in STM32 because of DSO138 oscilloscope. I have only programmed Arduinos and "pure" code on PC to this point and so I was happy to see there is such cheap and versatile alternative that can be used with Arduino software. Currently I'm focused on uploading custom Arduino program to DSO, which happens to be quite problematic.

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Hello and welcome.
DSO138 oscilloscope is a nice project, it would be nice to port it on the STM32 core :roll:

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On Roger's incarnation of the LeafLab's core:
https://github.com/pingumacpenguin/STM32-O-Scope/wiki

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BinaryPentode wrote:
Fri Mar 27, 2020 12:32 pm
Currently I'm focused on uploading custom Arduino program to DSO, which happens to be quite problematic.
What problem do you have?
I've just tried my DSO138 .
After shorting JP1 and JP2, and pressing reset, i successfully flashed and tested firmware files (DSO138-113-13801-061.hex and DLO-138_switches_1.0.bin ) with USB to serial dongle .

I was able to compile DLO-138 sketch (Roger's core), but only when i downgraded Adafruit_GFX library to version 1.2.1 (i didn't test in what version compatibility is broken).

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The problem has been submitted here:
viewtopic.php?f=7&t=276&p=1794#p1794

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i've got a usb one here
https://github.com/ag88/GirinoSTM32F103duino
libmaple based. i think it'd make a post for this in projects, it is there in the 'old' forums though.
lost to time
ok reposted it:
viewtopic.php?f=10&p=3140

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