Where to buy 128K st-links?

Mike Tsao mike at sowbug.com
Sun Dec 23 16:55:57 CET 2018

They're all 128K. See https://wiki.stm32duino.com/index.php?title=Blue_Pill
for one discussion.

If you use stlink to program, you need a version that knows the chip is
128K: https://lists.gnupg.org/pipermail/gnuk-users/2018-February/000019.html

On Sun, Dec 23, 2018, 6:19 AM Pablo Ovelleiro Corral <pablo1 at mailbox.org>

> Hi,
> I have seen this post outlining how to run gnuk on a st-link device:
> https://blog.danman.eu/2-usb-crypto-token-for-use-with-gpg-and-ssh/
> I would like to build one of those myself, but the problem seems to be
> to find the correct st-link device.
> There are a lot of sellers, but some of those keys seem to have a
> different version of the STM32 chip with only 64K. The one needed has
> a 128K flash chip on it. Most sellers don't specify the exact chip in
> the device, so it's a suprise what you get.
> Can anybody link me to a suppliers of those chips that delivers the
> 128K flash version? Has anybody build this and can share his
> experieces and where he got the device?
> Cheers,
> Pablo
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