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o5i


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Read/Flash on linux


Somone knows about doing this? Read AUD and flash using linux? There should bee simple comands to use like cat stdin stdout ecc....

If it works good i want attach my rpi for logging and flashing..

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-- Edited by o5i on Thursday 3rd of April 2014 08:19:49 AM

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I would be interested in this as a side project.
Do you mean using the CAT networkk connector? Or FTDI cable?

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I mean the ftdi, but what is CAT network connector?

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LAN/Ethernet cables are refered to as CAT 5/6 cables. So the LAN/Modem port on your computer.
Arduino seems to work in Linux, so some code adaptiong or new custom code would be enough i think.

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Hi, i have read a lot of things about flashin.. When i wrote that post i thought that the programing tool of the cpu is an standard tool like avrdude or something like that but thats not..
The only usefull thing i need is the FDT or maybee the code how to flash the sh7052 / m32r...
That way i can use the rpi to make some modifications using romraider ecc and at the same time as logger for the sds...
Comunication interfaces would bee verry easy to do.. maybee its possible to make a wireless web tuning suite???
Ok i better stop here :D


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Arduino works for Linux also for AUD. But you need to write the code yourself, no ready softwares.
FTDI Cable for flashing also works in Linux, but same here. You need to write the software for linux yourself.

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