does anyone know what versions of windows and/or ubuntu, arduino & the HiFive1 BSP are known to work?
i’m using ubuntu 14.04 on an AMD 64 bit system, arduino 1.8.1 and v1.0.2 of the BSP.
following the instructions on the getting started doc, i tried to upload the blink example, but got an error indicating that openocd didn’t understand what riscv was (it told me to try using various varieties of ARM.)
was i supposed to install the freedom-e-sdk first? the documentation seemed to imply this was done automagically as a side effect of selecting the board in the board manager.
is this process known to work on ubuntu or am i supposed to be running windows? if so, what version of windows?
is this process known to work on AMD systems? it can’t possibly be tied to CPU architecture of the dev system, can it?
any help would be appreciated, even it it’s just a response to say "yes. i got this working w/ arduino version and leenucks version "
(in related news, the process fails slightly differently when working on an armhf-linux system. if anyone’s gotten it to work on a raspi, beaglebone or Exynos board, i’d love to hear about it…)