VaZso 3 Posted September 18, 2013 Share Posted September 18, 2013 I have received mine yesterday. As I would like to use it under Linux, I am disappointed. Downloadable software for Linux does the same as the one for Windows - extracts the same softwares (mostly for Windows). I feel it would be much simpler using a compressed file for both systems in this case... I've wanted to try out the Python BSL updater tool under Linux, which has found the hardware, could erase the firmware, but instead of reprogramming it, I've got some error messages. Also tried the same Python code using provided executable on Windows XP (although it is a virtualized system), but it did absolutely the same - so it found the hardware and I've got the same error message. Anyway, I thought this USB BSL thing is the most interesting feature in the first round, but it seems there are no usable software for it yet, especially under Linux. I almost forgot the torture setting up MSP430G2 under Linux, TI does not seems to be much more helpful for Linux users in this case... maybe a really bad choice for me. Anyway, I hope things will be better on this side... or I should forget them. Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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