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Linux/TM4C123FE6PM: USB device Drivers for TM4C123FE6PM on Raspbian

Part Number: TM4C123FE6PM

Tool/software: Linux

Hello,

I am working on java application to exchange data betweenTM4C123FE6PM micro controller as device and Computer with windows10 as host. I am using USB communication for which I got usb device drivers  on TI website.This application is working fine.

Now I want to use Raspberry Pi 3 Model B single-board computer as host which works on Raspbian operating system.
Should I need USB drivers for for TM4C123FE6PM for Raspbian? if yes,I am not getting such usb device driver on TI website.

If I connect device with TM4C123FE6PM to Raspberry Pi SBC and run command usb-devices; I get Driver=(none) for TI Device.Also I m unable to establish usb communication for my java application.

Can anybody help me form where should I begin? If drivers are required for Ubuntu,from where I can get it? How to install such drivers on Raspbian?


Thanks in advance,
Regards,
Vinay

  • Vinay J said:
    Should I need USB drivers for  TM4C123FE6PM for Raspbian?      if yes,  I am not getting such usb device driver on TI website.

    If I connect device with TM4C123FE6PM to Raspberry Pi SBC and run command usb-devices; I get Driver=(none) for TI Device.     Also I'm unable to establish usb communication for my java application.

    Can anybody help me form where should I begin?      If drivers are required for Ubuntu,from where I can get them?       How to install such drivers on Raspbian?

    "Feel your pain"  -  yet is it possible that  "your expectation" - for  the  "ready availability" - of such specific usb drivers - proves  (more)  hope/wish  than  "reality" based?

    Not sharing such need - and being "non forum vendor" - I'm unaware of the existence (current or planned) of,  "that which you seek."     (note - my lack of awareness does not preclude existence!)    

    You report (some) search upon vendor's website - but w/out useful detail.     Note too there is a "Forum Search capability"  (keyed to vendor's MCUs) - atop this forum page - which often proves useful.

    Your search w/in  (both)  your Raspberry Pi - and Raspbian OS  eco-system -  is  surely indicated.        Any/all "search results" (there) - did not appear w/in your posting.

    Not  ALL poster,  "wants/needs/requirements"  can be accommodated.     Often,  "Popularity/repetition of the request"  - induces vendor effort - and this proves true across most all such vendors.  

    In general this vendor registers as "highly responsive" - yet, "Not each/every poster request" can be accommodated.   (by any vendor!)  

    Posters would "do well" to adjust their "expectations" to this  (real-world) "reality."

  • Hi Vinay,
    You might find this post helpful e2e.ti.com/.../2254101
  • Charles,

    Might it prove helpful to (this) poster - as well as others - if you describe, "How you arrived @ that post?"

    Minus any description of your,   "Solution  Method"  -  is it not  likely  that such question(s)  will be asked  repeatedly?       (Placing  unnecessary  "Wear & Tear"   upon  you - and other Vendor Staff!)

    Thanks.

  • Hi cb1,
    Sorry for not being clear. The poster is asking for the linux device driver for TM4C. The other post I referenced contains the code to implement the linux device driver plus additional link for further information.

    90K today!!!
  • Hi Charles,

    Good that - well done.

    Yet - should not our "poster" have been able to, "Find such data" - yet he could not!     (and my - sleep deprived search (foot injury) failed as well...)

    So - both poster (one hopes) and others (even bum footed others) ask - "How did YOU find this pertinent data?"   (method please)

    May we note that poster made NO mention of  "linux"  -  mentioning only  "Raspberry & Raspbian."      Do you believe (that) is why his search (of  T.I.'s  website)  failed?

  • Hi cb1,
    I vaguely remembered that I answered such a question in the past. So I type "linux usb device driver" in the search field. I use the filter "By anywhere" to filter posts in TM4C MicroControllers and filter "by anyone" to filter out Charles Tsai. Without the "by anyone" filter there will be a few more posts to go through but posters can still find the relevant information if they go through all of these posts.