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===Overview===
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The programming tool has two main section.
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* The first, called "Archive" allows you to load the archive of the image you want to program on the device and check the content of this archive.
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* The second, called "Devices programming" allows you to see devices available for programming and program them with the loaded archive.
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===Load an archive===
 
===Load an archive===
 
 
===Connect your device===
 
===Connect your device===
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===Program the device===
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Settings
  
===Program the device===
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About

Revision as of 09:23, 23 April 2019

Minimal configuration

Operation System

  • Windows 7 and later (32 or 64 bits)
  • Linux (64 bits)
    • Ubuntu 12.04 and later
    • Fedora 21 and later
    • Debian 8 and later

The programming tool is not available on mac OS.

Hardware

  • Intel Pentium 4 processor
  • 512 MB of RAM

Setup

Download

You can find the latest versions of the programming tool here : https://www.lorixone.io/devel/tools/programming-tool/.

Install

Windows

You have the choice of either the Setup version who will install the application or the Portable version.

During the setup, you can either install the application for all user or for yourself only. If installing for all users, you need administrative privileges.

Linux

The downloaded .AppImage file is an executable application. You may be asked to install the software automatically on some systems.

You may need to set the application as executable before you can start it.

TBD


The application must be run with elevated privileges to access the USB peripherals. If not, you will get a permanent warning at the top of the application.

Update

The program will automatically check for newer versions at start. You can manually check for updates in the 'about' menu.

Device programming

Overview

The programming tool has two main section.

  • The first, called "Archive" allows you to load the archive of the image you want to program on the device and check the content of this archive.
  • The second, called "Devices programming" allows you to see devices available for programming and program them with the loaded archive.


Load an archive

Connect your device

Program the device

Settings

About