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  1. I have been using Energia and TI MSP-EXP430G2 Board with M430G2553 microcontroller under Windows for some time. Now I am trying to get it to run on a Debian 7 machine, and it is failing to function properly. . I have the udev rules file installed Energia will eventually open the IDE window, however: Mousing over the menu bar has unpredictable results. Some menus drop down, others don't. Or if they do drop down, upon closing the program hangs. More importantly, I can't upload any sketches to the board. I get an error /opt/energia-0101E0015/hardware/tools/msp43
  2. I figured it out. I've been jumping back and forth between two different PCs each with their own copy of Energia. In the rush of events I re installed the latest version on one of them and FORGOT to specify the correct LaunchPad In the Tools>Board menu item Apparently on it defaults to "something other than what I have". My problem is solved, thanks.
  3. This seems like the right topic for my question. Suddenly the Energia IDE is failing to compile code that. except for a couple variable edits (value, not name) It ran on the very same board the day before. I've got compile and upload set to "verbose" and there's a ton of errors before the compile fails. Since there's a code button I'll post it C:\Users\xxxxxxxx\Desktop\energia-0101e0011/hardware/tools/msp430/bin/../lib/gcc/msp430/4.6.3/../../../../msp430/bin/ld.exe: SSR_Exerciser_2D_Modified.cpp.elf section `.text' will not fit in region `rom' C:\Users\xxxxxxxx\Desktop\desktop/en
  4. A friend locally also suggested that the problem might be my USB port. It does seem one of the front ones is less problematic than the other in this situation. I was thinking perhaps "noisy" power or signal, but brownout never occurred to me. Do these things take a lot of current to flash? I'll certainly try a powered USB hub and/or as Nick suggests, a cord directly to a USB port on the back of my desktop. I can understand about the long ribbon cabling connecting these front USB ports to jacks near the back side of the motherboard -- and routed past some potentially noisy stuff come t
  5. I was hoping to have received some replies by now. I tried removing and reinstalling (downolading and unzipping Energia 0101E0011. Did not help. I tried different USB cords. Did not help. Seems to me the problem is in Energia, not my hardware. Has anyone stumbled upon a work-around for this very annoying issue? Help help.
  6. I tried erasing and reloading the USB drivers I tried erasing the Energia folder, extracted it from the zip file I downloaded. Still acting flaky. Sometimes will upload, other times will not. Next step is to download it again, repeat above steps.
  7. I tried searching for likely topics, admins feel free to move it to a more suitable Topic Hello, I hope someone can tell me how to get out of this situation: Windows 7 Energia 0101E0011 MSP430G2553 YES I have the drivers installed! Lately I've been seeing this more and more I'm flailing away trying to upload my sketch. (Used to work okay) I make some changes (often), yes it compiles ok but hangs on upload I use Control-M to upload and open serial monitor (my preferred method but none seem to work now) The progress is displayed below the actual sketch in Ener
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