An Introduction to Kinetis Design Studio for Mac OS X

I don’t own a Mac computer, and I try to keep my tutorials as multi-host-platform as possible. So it is always cool to see if someone else posts a nice tutorial on a different host machine: For all Mac (and as well non Mac) users, have a look at this tutorial Nash Reilly has posted: “An Introduction to Freescale’s Kinetis Design Studio.”

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It nicely explains downloading and installing KDS with the Kinetis SDK and then run a ‘hello world’ program on the hardware.

And very worthwhile to check out Nash’s other articles here too: http://www.allaboutcircuits.com/author/nash-reilly

Happy Nashing 🙂

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3 thoughts on “An Introduction to Kinetis Design Studio for Mac OS X

  1. As a Mac user, coming back to R&D after almost a year away, I am very happy to see this, having been using Windows/Linux VMs up to now. (Which make my laptop run hot!)

    I’ve installed the latest version of KDS, and can advise that a KL25Z with Segger OpenSDA (installed using a Windows 7 Virtual Machine) shows up in debug, without issues, using the settings described here https://community.freescale.com/docs/DOC-102593

    So KDS for all 🙂

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