I use LM3S9D96 and I must program this MCU by UART on Linux
LMFlashProgrammer runs in Windows but I can not find any program for flash programming by UART on Linux (Ubuntu). Is there any one?
Tamara Electronics Design
There currently is not a distributed tool for flash programming in Linux through the UART. There is a directory in StellarisWare that contains code that could be targeted for Linux. It is located here -- StellarisWare/tools/sflash
Sean de la Haye
sflash directory does not exist in StelllarisWare. Maybe, StellarisWare is old version.
StellarisWare/├── docs├── SW-DK-LM3S9D96-8264│ ├── boards│ ├── boot_loader│ ├── docs│ ├── driverlib│ ├── EULA.txt│ ├── examples│ ├── grlib│ ├── inc│ ├── IQmath│ ├── license.html│ ├── makedefs│ ├── Makefile│ ├── settings.ini│ ├── third_party│ ├── tools│ │ ├── bin│ │ ├── converter│ │ ├── dfuprog│ │ ├── dfuwrap│ │ ├── eflash│ │ ├── finder│ │ ├── ftrasterize│ │ ├── lmdfu│ │ ├── lmi-button│ │ ├── lmusbdll│ │ ├── Makefile│ │ ├── makefsfile│ │ ├── pnmtoc│ │ ├── toolsdefs│ │ └── usb_bulk_example│ ├── usblib│ ├── utils│ └── windows_drivers├── SW-DK-LM3S9D96-8264.exe├── SW-USB-win64-8264.msi├── SW-USB-win-8264.msi└── windows_drivers89 directories, 366 files
The directory is present if you download the complete StellarisWare library here.
Thanks a lot.
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