SW4STM32 and SW4Linux fully supports the STM32MP1 asymmetric multicore Cortex/A7+M4 MPUs

   With System Workbench for Linux, Embedded Linux on the STM32MP1 family of MPUs from ST was never as simple to build and maintain, even for newcomers in the Linux world. And, if you install System Workbench for Linux in System Workbench for STM32 you can seamlessly develop and debug asymmetric applications running partly on Linux, partly on the Cortex-M4.
You can get more information from the ac6-tools website and download (registration required) various documents highlighting:

System Workbench for STM32

Getting started on OSX?

Good day,

Can any OSX users guide me in how to get System Workbench up and running under OSX Mavericks? wink

Thank you

The compiler and open ocd plugin seam to be avalable only for window/linux as of now
you can try to install ac6 toolchain or plugin from update site and then add the missing brick separately
intall an arm gcc from lunchpad or code sourcery .. then configure it in projects
open ocd and gdb h/w debuging plugin should be availble for mac (i did not tried) but i know of mac user using them over different eclispe plugin so it must exist some way

You will loose the ac6 nice feature and ease of lunching configuriong the debug/flash in a singel click.



OS/X support is expected to get through in the coming months; we are now finishing to test the Linux support, that will be public really soon now. OS/X will probably be available in beta in about a month, so stay tuned.


Consider me tuned in. =)

I’m still tuned in, especially since I got my Nucleo F411RE this week wink

How is the OSX support coming? Also - will CubeMX be supported on OSX also?

United States
Just chiming in as another user interested in OS X support.


Regarding OS/X support progress, it is currently in internal beta and will be available for general beta no later than september.

Hi Bernard,
What is the process to become part of the OS/X beta? Also, happy to help with any testing/feedback/problem solving, etc.


Any updates on Mac support?

Waiting for OSX support!!!

any news of the mac support?


Here you can find scripts, compilers and tools for OSX (Yosemite or El Capitan).
For cortex M4 and M3 (stm32f42x and stm32F103) (this is what I support for the moment)
binutils 2.25.1
GCC cross compilers 5.2.0
Newlib 2.2.0-1
openocd 0.9



What is the status and ETA of official support for Mac OSX?


“OS/X will probably be available in beta in about a month, so stay tuned.” -Bernard (april)

“Regarding OS/X support progress, it is currently in internal beta and will be available for general beta no later than september.” -Bernard (august)

I guess Bernard is in Sales?

Just to clarify - I wasn’t asking to point fingers or to rub salt into any potential wounds.
Surely there is no malice involved, only the usual impredictability of s/w development?
I’m simply genuinely interested to hear when it will be possible to try this out on OSX.


so am I. This is the only thread about OSX on this forum, and if someone is making promises the LEAST they could do is update us on this thread.

erik andre’s solution worked for me too! so far, so good.

Have you considered to test other Eclipse based solution already available for OS X ?



I´m new to programming, my last programmer was token away from my company by a big player, so I´m now in a position to program our STM32F4 and F2 boards by my self. If there is someone from Germany or Italy, using the Mac and STM32 boards, please come back to me to exchange expirences and advices.

I´m also are looking on a “easy to install and run” solutions.


Any news for OS X support?

UP !!!!
Any news ??

Honestly I moved away from ST. I was so put off by how they handeled their “promise” and zero follow up on the only OSX thread. Good luck waiting people.


System Workbench plugins are available in beta on the following update site : http://www.ac6-tools.com/Eclipse-updates/org.openstm32.system-workbench.site.Question They must be installed on an Eclipse C/C++ and Java 7 is required.

The installation steps are in http://www.openstm32.org/Installing+System+Workbench+for+STM32+from+EclipseQuestion (Installation)

I don’t know if the ST-Link/V2 is supported by default on OS X, you might have to install some driver to make it compatible.


just tried it, but i was not able to create a AC6 stm32 project, or i could atleast not find it.


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