DS-5 Community Edition
Getting started using DS-5 installer
Follow these simple steps to install ARM® Development Studio 5 Community Edition as a new Eclipse installation.
1. Download and Install
Download the latest DS-5 installer, then follow the instructions for your platform:
Extract the installer files from the downloaded zip file, run setup.exe, then follow the simple on-screen installation instructions.
If you have an earlier release of DS-5 already installed, you can install this release on top of it and an upgrade is automatically performed.
Note: During installation you will be prompted to install device drivers and may receive warnings such as "Windows can't verify the publisher of this driver software"; you can safely ignore these warnings and continue with installation.
Extract the installer from the downloaded archive file, run (not source) install.sh and follow the on-screen instructions. The installer unpacks DS-5 into your chosen directory, and optionally installs device drivers and desktop shortcuts.
It is recommended you delete any previous release of DS-5 before installing a new release; the installer guides you through this process. Alternatively, you can install it into a different directory.
Note The installer includes device drivers that require you to run with root privileges.
2. License with Activation Code
Start ARM Development Studio 5 and open the license manager. If this is your first time using Development Studio, then a popup dialog will automatically ask you if you wish to open the license manager, otherwise it can be opened from the "Help" menu.
Choose "Add License...", and enter your Activation Code displayed on this page to obtain a license.
Work through the wizard to select the Host ID to lock your license to, and enter or create your ARM account details.
Once complete, the license manager can be closed as the product is ready to use.
Use this activation code to license the DS-5 Community Edition:
3. Start using
Now you are ready to start using DS-5