Hi, as the Title says I’m trying to install The System Workbench for STM32 on macOS Monterey 12.5 but I’m having some problems. my PC is a MacBook Pro with an M2. What I do is:
I install the latest macOS installer, which is a .run file. I run chmod and give it exec permissions, then I open the .run file. the installation starts, but after a bit I’m met with this error:
installer: Package name is ST Link Server
installer: Installing at base path /
installer: The install failed. (The Installer encountered an error that caused the installation to fail. Contact the software manufacturer for assistance. The package is attempting to install content to the system volume.)
Running with sudo doesn’t help.
If I say continue installation, The installation ends and I can open the workbench normally. When opening the workbench some errrors are displayed which are all like the following:
Failed to extract ‘/Applications/Ac6/
mac.tar.bz2’ to ‘/Applications/Ac6/
compiler’ (tar returned ‘1’)
if I unzip the files that give these errors manually and put the unzipped files in the correct locations, I can actually get rid of these errors. Problem is this solution doesn’t seem to work that well. Main problem is that I can’t flash my programs into my NUCLEO board since the ST Link Server is missing. It also gives me an error with openOCD saying that it can’ configuration files are missing (problem with debug). Is there any support for M1/M2 MacBooks or am I just wasting my time here? Please let me know if there’s any real solution to these problems.