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loading_firmware [2015/02/11 19:13]
nfriedly [Firmware] link fix
loading_firmware [2018/03/24 09:42]
jpascher [Prerequisites]
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 ===== Firmware ===== ===== Firmware =====
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 +A lot of people will prefer now to use [[start-with-esp-12-arduino|Arduino IDE]] for this.
 +Alternatively you may use: 
  
  
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   * Espressif firmware source updated at http://​bbs.espressif.com   * Espressif firmware source updated at http://​bbs.espressif.com
-  * Electrodragon ​provides a [[https://drive.google.com/folderview?​id=0B_ctPy0pJuW6d1FqM1lvSkJmNU0&​usp=sharing|custom v0.95 AT Firmware]] based on espressif SDK 0.93. ([[http://www.electrodragon.com/w/​ESP8266_Custom_AT_Firmware|list of changes]]) +  * Electrodragon'​s ​[[http://www.electrodragon.com/w/​ESP8266_AT-Command_firmware|ESP8266 ​AT-Command firmware]] describes the AT Firmware, where to get it from and how to flash itThere is a link to [[http://bbs.espressif.com/viewforum.php?​f=46|Expressif'​s release page]]. 
-  * [[https://​github.com/​nodemcu/​nodemcu-firmware|NodeMCU]] - firmware for running Lua scripts+  * [[https://​github.com/​nodemcu/​nodemcu-firmware|NodeMCU]] - firmware for running Lua scripts, or see the forum article [[http://​www.esp8266.com/​viewtopic.php?​f=23&​t=3001|Build your own custom NodeMCU firmware in the cloud]]
   * [[https://​github.com/​micropython/​micropython/​|MicroPython]] - firmware for running Python 3 scripts. ​ Supports several microcontrollers including the ESP8266.   * [[https://​github.com/​micropython/​micropython/​|MicroPython]] - firmware for running Python 3 scripts. ​ Supports several microcontrollers including the ESP8266.
 +  * [[ESP8266Basic]] - Basic interpreter with browser based development.
   * Other projects listed on the [[start#​esp8266com_users_projects|user projects section]] of the wiki home   * Other projects listed on the [[start#​esp8266com_users_projects|user projects section]] of the wiki home
 +  * **__See this site for a prac.__**[[http://​www.xess.com/​blog/​esp8266-reflash/​|http://​www.xess.com/​blog/​esp8266-reflash/​]]
 ===== Prerequisites ===== ===== Prerequisites =====
  
-To flash the ESP2860, you'll need first need to wire things up. See [[getting-started-with-the-esp8266#​got_an_esp-nn_board_in_the_mail_now_what|Getting Started ​with ESP8266]] for the basics.+To flash the ESP8266, you'll need first need to wire things up. See [[start-with-esp-12-arduino|start-with-esp-12-arduino -> Hardware]] for the basics.
  
 Connect GPIO 0 to ground and reboot the ESP8266 to enter flashing mode. Connect GPIO 0 to ground and reboot the ESP8266 to enter flashing mode.
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 +===== Arduino IDE =====
 +Arduino now offer a third party plugin to use the Arduino IDE for different CPUs. 
 +See step by step instructions in [[getting-started-with-the-esp8266#​got_an_esp-nn_board_in_the_mail_now_what|Start with the ESP-12E and the Arduino tools]]
  
  
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-===== Command Line Flashing: esptool ​=====+===== Command Line Flashing ​Utilities ​===== 
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 +See [[https://​github.com/​themadinventor/​esptool/​|ESPtool on Github]] and Christopher Rust's accompanying [[https://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=kS8PucmUt5Y|YouTube tutorial]]. ​ However, if you don't want to use a Python-based tool, there are two other command-line tools on Github: [[https://​github.com/​igrr/​esptool-ck/​|Christian Klippel'​s esptool-ck]] written in C for Windows, Linux and OS X, and [[https://​github.com/​DonKinzer/​esp_tool/​|Don Kinzer'​s esp_tool]] written in C++ with makefiles for Windows and Linux (also includes a pre-built Windows executable).
  
-See https://​github.com/​themadinventor/​esptool/​ and https://www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=kS8PucmUt5Y+All three command-line utilities perform the same basic functions but the invocation syntax is different for each ​Kinzer'​s esp_tool utility can also build a sparse combined image file meaning that most of the "​filler"​ between the actual image data components is omitted ​Omitting the filler can significantly reduce the Flashing time while still providing the benefits of a combined image file.
  
  
loading_firmware.txt · Last modified: 2018/03/24 09:43 by jpascher