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Getting Started with LwIP

On a whim I bought a Nucleo-F767ZI, which has a built-in ethernet connector (not Wifi). I found that setting up LwIP was a fairly involved process, thus I made these notes. I am assuming the reader, like myself, is new to these environments and will find these useful. To avoid complexities, I have not made use of RTOS.

The notes can be found here:

http://www.openstm32.org/dl410Question

 

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