I prefer to use a scripting language whilst testing I use ruby, along with the ruby-usb bindings, though python and PyUSB are very similar. The code looks like: Comment on Oct 30th, at 4: The FX2 doesn’t support quite as many endpoints six plus control , but it does handle multibuffered high speed transfers in hardware. Someone could usefully write a Free Software version. I have no control lines going to the imager.

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You’ll most probably have to develop to over one of them. Can any one help me in this regard. Linud just bought a SerMod56 from AcquireDevices.

I coded up an enum in my library that has the endpoint values: This 2nd tidbit is vital. Other than that, it works fine. One suitable loader is available from Cypress. Comment on Oct 29th, at 1: That is a FIFO write instead of read, but reads are generally simpler.

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Finally, test writing to eeprom. Comment on Dec 5th, at 2: There are a few things you can do. After compiling a simple program which produces an ihx-intel hex fileyou can upload it like this:. The code looks like: Comment on Nov 19th, at 5: I have searched for its driver for Linux,but have not found it yet. This entry is filed under HardwareProgramming. Are you using the fx2lib code?


I can provide some additional comments if you like. If I used sdcc on lInux, I needed to use my own programs on Linux.

I made a few modifications to the Hex2Bix program and compiled it on Linux too though. The default iic file is found in the Cypress cypreas in the examples folder. Most of it, if not all, could be directly used in an SDCC compiled version. On the driver side there won’t be differentiation between SX2 and FX2.

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This website uses cookies to improve your experience. For in-the-field product updates, or for developers, you can use a specialized second stage loader to write linuxx boot EEPROMs. Comment on Jan 21st, at Comment on Aug 18th, at 9: Comment on Jan 16th, at 3: I can not linus the keil2sdcc. If you can post an example of a simple GPIF design it will be very helpful.


The Linux system will typically be much more powerful, since it has at least a bit processor and richer software environment. Do you have any sample c files that could be compiled on sdcc just to test things out?

I just started down the same road three days ago. Their Linux support builds on the common kernel and user mode USB infrastructure, which you can read about elsewhere on this site. This tool uses JavaScript and much of it will not work correctly without it enabled.