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My question is along the line of this question ("CCSV5.2 for linux and msp430 launchpad, is debug supposed to work?") from 2012:
I have recently installed CCS V6 on a Linux (xubuntu 14.04 LTS) VM. I also have ergia installed on same VM. My target is Launchpad MSP-EXP430G2 (V1.4).
I'm able to program the target using energia but not with CCS.
I have searched for information involving CCS, Linux and Launchpad but have not come across any post involving all three.
My question is: Is it possible to program a device in Launchpad MSP-EXP430G2 using CCS V6 installed on Linux platform as of December 2015?
Am I missing a step or a doc or a technote?
The current G2 LaunchPad will not be supported by CCS on Linux or MacOS
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In reply to JohnS:
Thanks for the information. Is this information published?
In reply to msp-designer:
Could you tell me if this problem was solved?
I need debug the MSP430G on CCS V6 but not suported yet.Thanks,
Edgar dos Reis
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