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Part Number: MSP430FR2676
I have a computer that is running a headless version of Debian Linux (command line only). I would like to be able to use the CAPTIVATE-PGMR to load the MSP430FR2676 from this computer, but the only software I'm seeing for the CAPTIVATE-PGMR requires a GUI. Is there a command line interface I could use with the CAPTIVATE-PGMR to the load the chip?
If not, is there another suggested way to load the MPS4302676 using a command line?
The CAPTIVATE-PGMR acts similar to the MSP-FET in regards to programming the MCU. Due to this, you will be able to use MSP430 command line programming tools such as MSP-Flasher (MSP430-FLASHER) or Uniflash in order to load the chip. Please refer to those tool pages for more information on how to use those programs for command line programming.
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