Part Number: CC1350
I have used the Windows Utility SmartRF Flash Programmer v2 to flash binaries to the CC13xx MCU. (Through the XDS110)
I basically need the same thing in Linux.
I need to be able to flash the CC13xx MCU from an embedded Linux machine (not able to use code composer, etc)
Please tell me what command I can use or utility to flash a binary (.hex or .out from CCS) onto the CC13xx chip through a XDS110.
Thanks in advance!
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In reply to YiKai Chen:
YK, thanks for the info, can uniflash be ran on an ARM Ubuntu or only X86 Ubuntu?
In reply to Ryan Erb:
I think it can only run on x86.
In reply to Michael Moon:
In reply to TER:
I am not aware of any working solution to program a CC13xx on a Linux/ARM machine, at least not from TI. Even though some parts in Uniflash are based on node.js, the underlying flash libraries are only provided in binary form for X86.
OpenOCD might work on ARM, but last time I checked it, there was no flash driver for the SimpleLink devices.
Let me know if you find anything.
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