McUber was created to fill the need for a programmer that would flash programs for microcontrollers that have bootloaders installed on a x64 bit OS.
This software is licensed under the BSD license. If you wish to contribute to McUber, please contact us for more details.
McUber is a cross-platform tool that allows you to program microcontrollers that have bootloaders installed.
This application will later develop into a full fledge tool for microcontrollers, with the help of the robotics community. There are plans to add a terminal for serial port communcation.
It works with both 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems.
By downloading the application and/or source files you agree to the following license, click here to read the license.
The binaries are available for 32-bit and 64-bit version of Linux, Windows and Mac OS X. This product is currently in beta testing. Please e-mail us and suggestions/bug you may find.
To run the binaries, unzip the contents of the zip file, then double click the McUber.jar file, it is a self executing file. Post-beta releases will have natively compiled executables. You must have the Java runtime installed which can be found at java.com
- Windows (64bit & 32 bit): click here
- Linux (32bit): (coming soon)
- Linux (64bit): (coming soon)
- Mac OS X: (coming soon)