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  1. varnonga

    Energia windows installation

    Ok, so I figured it out. You need to install the Stellaris ICDI drivers. Here is a link to the drivers "http://www.ti.com/tool/stellaris_icdi_drivers". You also need the instructions to install the drivers (there are three drivers). See the attached instrucitons.
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    Energia LIBUSB_ERROR_NOT_SUPPORTED

    Ok so I fugured out what was going on. You need to install the Stellaris ICDI drivers. Here is a link "http://www.ti.com/tool/stellaris_icdi_drivers". You also need the instructions to install the drivere (there are three). See my attachement (if it attaches). How to Install the drivers for Energia.pdf
  3. Ok, so I figured out what was going on. For all of you who may be using Energia with a Tiva C Launch pad printed circuit board for the first time, you might want to pay attention. What needs to be done is that you need to install the Stellaris ICDI drivers (there are three of theem). Here is a link to the drivers "http://www.ti.com/tool/stellaris_icdi_drivers". Then you need to follow the instructions for installing the drivers (see attached). Once you do this, you should be able to compile the "Blink" program and you should be able to download the code to your Tiva C Launch pad printed circuit board without any issues or errors.
  4. I had the same exact problem. What was going on was that I had not installed my Stellaris ICDI drivers yet. Once I did that, my computer would at least recognize the Tiva C launchpad. I still have a problem though. Now that I do not get the "Unable to find any ICDI device" I get a "Found ICDI device with serial: 0E206988 Error claiming interface: LIBUSB_ERROR_NOT_SUPPORTED" error. So these issues are probably due to the driver needed to communicate with the Tiva C launchpad through the USB. If you guys can figure this thing out, I'd appriciate the help.
  5. varnonga

    Energia windows installation

    Currently I have a TivaC launch pad printed circuit board that I am attaching to my USB port. Initally, my windows XP system did not recognize the hardware attached to the prot. So, I had to update the drivers for the board (stellaris_icdi_drivers). So, I did that and XP found the drivers and loaded them. I then went on to try the "Blink" example. It compiled without error. When it tired to download the fimware though, I got the following error: LIBUSB_ERROR_NOT_SUPPORTED. Does anyone know what that is all about?
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    Energia LIBUSB_ERROR_NOT_SUPPORTED

    Well, I am new to Enegia. So, I got the new updated software zip file, downloaded it, unzipped it and stuck into a project directory. I also have the TivaC launch pad printed circuit board. Not knowing how to set up Energia, I simply thumb through the the first directory (energia-0101E0011) and clicked on the Energia executable. I plugged in my board into the USB port. I immediatly tried loading a driver but for some reason, it could not find it. So I tried to open up energia and go to the Blink example. It compiled but when I tried down loading it, I got an ICDI usb device error. I mitigated this by down loading the stellaris_icdi_drivers. Once I did that and replugged in the TivaC launchpad, my windows XP operating system downloaded the driver and all was now working. So, I reopened Energia again. Again I went to the example "Blink". Again everything compiled correctly. I tried down loading it and I got the following error: LIBUSB_ERROR_NOT_SUPPORTED Does anyone out there have any ideas on what is going on?
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    Energia windows installation

    How do you install the new Energia release? I got the zip file. Do you just unzip and and you are done or is there some set up file or method of setting things up?
  8. I was looking at starting a project with one of the "Launch Pad" boards from TI. I saw that the boards had a development environment called Energia for which mimics Arduion's development system (for which I am familiar). Does the Energia have support for all of the boards. I was looking to use it for something like the Tiva C Launch pad or the Hercules Launch pad.
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