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  1. Is there any hope we'll see TI-RTOS support for older ARM boards, such as the original ARM Launchpad or the Connected Launchpad?
  2. Hi, It seems that versions 1.6.4 and above of the original Arduino IDE now allow external boards, by specifying a URL for a config JSON file that contains pointers to all the files required, including the whole toolchain. It seems that with this change there is no reason to keep Energia as a separate fork (other than the red backgroud replacing the blue Arduino one...). I think that users (or at least I) would rather be glad to see Energia as a package that can be installed under one common GUI rather than having separate similar GUIs by different groups. x86 support for Intel's Galileo
  3. Did you connecting it to a USB3 port? If so, try a USB2 port.
  4. http://forum.43oh.com/topic/3014-clean-install-linux-mint-msp430-works-stellarpad-no-icdi-error/?p=25763 You can also try downloading the LMFlashProgrammer from the TI website, (http://www.ti.com/tool/lmflashprogrammer) and see if it recognizes your board.
  5. I had a similar problem - Under Windows 7 on a Thinkpad W510 laptop, lm4flash did not recognized the board when it was plugged into any of the two USB 3.0 sockets, but worked fine on any other USB sockets, including the docking station. The error message is the same as yours - "No ICDI device with USB VID:PID 1cbe:00fd found! Failed!" Try connecting to a different USB port.
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