Help installing self built RRF 3.3
pjl last edited by pjl
Hello forum dwellers,
Disclaimer: I have never used eclipse, never built RRF until today, barely know anything about project structure and so on.
So I'm learning to build RRF (for duet3) so that I can edit it later on. I followed the guide on github, got everything to build, so far so good. But the result of building RRF is a folder full of .s .su .o .d files (not a clue what this format is or what to do with them), I also see Duet3Firmware_MB6HC.bin .elf and .map files along with some source files.
In short, I'm lost here, this resembles nothing from the prebuilt firmware files that are available for download, what do I need to put this stuff (and what stuff) onto my duet board?
Thank you for your patience,
dc42 administrators last edited by
@pjl the Duet3Firmware_MB6HC.bin file is the firmware file, the same name that you will find in the prebuilt firmware.
pjl last edited by
Thank you @dc42, well I feel pretty dumb right about now.
I was expecting more things after looking at firmware update instructions. What about the IAP binary? "programming the firmware" sounds kinda important as mentioned in the docs.
dc42 administrators last edited by dc42
@pjl you should be able to use the standard IAP binary, assuming that you haven't modified the IAP functionality in your fork of RRF. The IAP is built from a separate Eclipse project, DuetIAP.