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All along this Getting Started During this getting-started session, you have learned information on the STM32MPU Embedded Software distribution, which is divided in 3 into three different packagesPackages.
You have actually have walked explored step-by step through 2 packages among the 3-step two Packages out of three:

  • The Starter Package that allow to evaluate the allows evaluating board capabilities and run running examples.
  • The Developer Package that allow to modify the pieces of software allows modifying the software components delivered as source code (for example such as the Linux® kernel...) and to add adding custom applications in the user space.

It exists a third one which is called A third Package exists, the Distribution Package. It This is the full environment that will allow allows you to create your own distribution for the STM32MP1.
To learn more about it, you can check the Distribution Package, read the following articles:


Now it is your turn...
With In the Development zone, you will be able to find many more information about the STM32MP1 like peripherals overview, linux framework explanation, data sheets and , such as an overview of peripherals, explanations on Linux® framework, datasheets and a lot of "How to" information.

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All along During this Getting Started getting-started session, you have learned information on the [[STM32MPU Embedded Software distribution]], which is divided in 3into three different packagesPackages.<br>

You have actually have walked explored step -by -step through 2 packages among the 3two Packages out of three:
* The Starter Package that allow to evaluate the allows evaluating board capabilities and runrunning examples.

* The Developer Package that allow to modify the pieces of software allows modifying the software components delivered as source code (for examplesuch as the Linux<sup>&reg;</sup> kernel...) and to add adding custom applications in the user space.It exists a third one which is called the Distribution Package. ItA third Package exists, the Distribution Package. This is the full environment that will allow allows you to create your own distribution for the STM32MP1.<br>

To learn more about it, you can checkthe Distribution Package, read the following articles:
*[[Which Package better suits your needs]]
*[[STM32MP1 Distribution Package]]<br>

Now it is your turn...<br>
WithIn the '''Development zone''', you will be able to find many more information about the STM32MP1 like peripherals overview, linux framework explanation, data sheets and , such as an overview of peripherals, explanations on Linux<sup>&reg;</sup> framework, datasheets and a lot of "How to" information.<br>

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All along this Getting Started session, you have learned information on the [[STM32MPU Embedded Software distribution]] which is divided in 3 different packages.<br>
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During this getting-started session, you have learned information on the [[STM32MPU Embedded Software distribution]], which is divided into three different Packages.<br>
You actually have walked step by step through 2 packages among the 3:
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You have actually explored step-by-step two Packages out of three:
* The Starter Package that allow to evaluate the board capabilities and run examples
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* The Starter Package that allows evaluating board capabilities and running examples.
* The Developer Package that allow to modify the pieces of software delivered as source code (for example the Linux kernel...) and to add custom applications in the user space.
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* The Developer Package that allows modifying the software components delivered as source code (such as the Linux<sup>&reg;</sup> kernel) and adding custom applications in user space.
It exists a third one which is called the Distribution Package. It is the full environment that will allow you to create your own distribution for the STM32MP1.<br>
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A third Package exists, the Distribution Package. This is the full environment that allows you to create your own distribution for the STM32MP1.<br>
To learn more about it, you can check the following articles:
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To learn more about the Distribution Package, read the following articles:
 
*[[Which Package better suits your needs]]
 
*[[Which Package better suits your needs]]
 
*[[STM32MP1 Distribution Package]]
 
*[[STM32MP1 Distribution Package]]
 
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Now it is your turn...<br>
 
Now it is your turn...<br>
With the '''Development zone''' you will be able to find many more information about the STM32MP1 like peripherals overview, linux framework explanation, data sheets and lot of "How to".<br>
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In the '''Development zone''', you will find many more information about the STM32MP1, such as an overview of peripherals, explanations on Linux<sup>&reg;</sup> framework, datasheets and a lot of "How to" information.<br>
 
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