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  1. When I started my development efforts on the Launchpad, I wanted to try using the GNU toolset instead of the TI toolset. More specifically, I was interested in using the GNU assembler without GCC and/or inline assembly. It turned out that this was a bit more complicated than I had hoped to get it up and running. Also, a lot of the tutorials I found were quite old and started with compiling your own toolchain, which isn't necessary nowadays when they are included as packages in Ubuntu. So, I wrote a set of tutorials on GNU toolchain installation / GCC / GAS that hopefully can help someone. They assume familiarity with C and assembly, so they might not be the best place to start for the absolute beginner. http://www.tesuji.se/blog/category/software-development/msp430/
  2. Sorry, I don't know anything about Energia. But I wanted to add a small comment that by installing the mspdebug Ubuntu package (that may or may not be used by Energia, I have no idea), you should get this rule automatically. At least this works for 12.10 and 13.04. mattias@gamma:~$ dpkg -L mspdebug ... /lib/udev/rules.d/92-mspdebug.rules
  3. @bluehash: Thanks! It's part of the project name I use for my music projects.
  4. Hello there! Nice to meet you all! My name is Mattias, and I'm pleased to have found this forum. I live in the middle-to-south parts of Sweden, and I recently purchased an MSP430 Launchpad to experiment on. Parts of what I do for a living concerns embedded software development, and I also have a hidden passion for explaining complicated concepts in simple terms.
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