1. FST-01

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    Introduction

    Photo of FST-01 board

    FST-01 is a tiny USB 32-bit computer. In fact, FST-01 is an abbreviation and its full name is "Flying Stone Tiny ZERO-ONE".

    It is designed by Flying Stone Technology, a company in Maebashi, Gunma, Japan in 2011.

    The concept is "Minimalist …

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  2. Flying Stone Bare Bone 48

    Here is the idea of another small computer. Like FST-01, its intended usages are Gnuk, and/or NeuG.

    Some Update Required

    In 2016, it found that the regulator chip in FST-01 became discontinued.

    There are some stocks in the market, so, FST-01 is still reproducible. Yet, this is a good …

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  3. How can I use NeuG standalone device on my Debian box?

    Q: I got FST-01 with NeuG, that is, the NeuG standalone device. How can I use it on my PC (with Debian installed)?

    Description from NeuG doc

    How to use NeuG

    NeuG runs as USB CDC/ACM (Communication Device Class / Abstract Control Model) device.

    No special driver is required on …

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  4. How can I reflash FST-01 with SWD port?

    Q: I got FST-01 with Gnuk 1.0.1. I want to reflash it to replace firmware with my own one (newer development version of Gnuk, or NeuG). How can I reflash with SWD port? Any recommendation for SWD debugger?

    Answers

    • ST-Link/V2 compatible -- Anon from Russia

      "ST-Link/V2 Mini …

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