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  1. Unfortunately, Energia hasn't been updated for a long time now and it is safe to assume it is no longer maintained. I would suggest considering CCS https://www.ti.com/tool/CCSTUDIO instead, downloading Uniflash https://www.ti.com/tool/UNIFLASH which includes a a more recent version of DSlite, and posting at the E2E forum https://e2e.ti.com.
  2. Unfortunately, Energia seems to be no longer maintained. Similarly, the CC1352 has replaced the CC1350. have you tried asking the E2E forum?
  3. Forget the Arduino IDE! I would recommend using Visual Studio Code with the C/C++, Arduino and Cortex-Debug extensions. The Raspberry Pi Pico acting as programmer-debugger is called Picoprobe. It also features redirection of the Serial1 port. The installation process is detailed at the earlephilhower/arduino-pico page. You may need to build OpenOCD with specific options. It is easy and works fine. Debugging is performed from Visual Studio Code. Obviously, you can use manual command-line GDB and OpenOCD. The only caveat is Serial1 should be used instead of Serial to print to the
  4. At USD4 apiece, you can use the second Raspberry Pi Pico as a programmer-debugger. It works really well!
  5. Thank you for the pointer to the Challenger RP2040. It is nice to see the designers refrained from reinventing the wheel and took the Feather form-factor. Same for the LTE (SARA-R410M) or the WiFi radio (ESP8265). The Raspberry Pi Pico RP2040 is a very good board and I strongly recommend the Earle Philower's Pico core for Arduino over the official Arduino mbed-based implementation. There is a whole eco-system built around the Raspberry Pi Pico with many interesting kits. Let's me mention the E-Paper Display Pico Kit (EPDK), an all-in-one e-paper kit from Pervasive Displays.
  6. I've merged the question posted in three different topics into one single thread. As a teacher, you may reach the Texas Instruments University Program to get some help. I have rerouted your question to some contacts I know so they can post an answer.
  7. The release 0101E0010 is very old has relies on the old tool-chain. Go for the current release 1.8.10E23 with MSP430 boards package 1.0.7.
  8. There are two tool-chains fro the MSP430: legacy with support up to 64 kB, hence the 48 kB limitation, new GCC-ELF by Mitto Systems with no limit on memory. I am using the latter with the MSP430FR5994 and it supports the 256 kB of FRAM.
  9. Support for C2000 was removed after Energia 17. Please try with an older version of Energia or proceed with this procedure Install the LaunchPad C2000 boards.
  10. I’ve migrated to Debian with Gnome desktop and I am using Visual Studio Code as IDE. As an additional bonus, all the technologies and tools I’ve developed for embedXcode run fine after minor adaptations. Some of the limitations I mentioned 4 years ago are still there but nothing critical. The new solution is fast and responsive, and I really enjoy the integrated debugger.
  11. If I can help, I'm ready to perform some moderator tasks and delete spams to keep the forum clean. Please let me know how to proceed.
  12. You could try configuring the jumpers like this: See https://embedxcode.com/site/Chapter4/Section5/#upload-to-launchpad-cc3200-wifi
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