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Linux imx_usb_loader

Question asked by Bob Simning on May 6, 2014
Latest reply on Aug 27, 2014 by Rodrigo Aznar Mendes

Has anyone tried using the Linux imx_usb_loader to program the Vybrid? I am looking to some direction as to how to add support for the Vybrid. Even direction to some documentation would help.

 

I have compiled the tool, added the USB information for the vybrid to the imx_usb_conf file. Without understanding the format of the mx*_usb_work.conf file, I just associated the Vybrid with the mx51_usb_work.conf file to see if the program would open the device and execute. This was the console output:

 

sudo ./imx_usb

[sudo] password for g4timesys:

No "_" environment variable

argc == 1, argv == 0xbf96d3f4

base == 0x8050140:./imx_usb

trailing slash == 0x8050141:/imx_usb

conf_path == ./

config file <./imx_usb.conf>

No "_" environment variable

argc == 1, argv == 0xbf96d3f4

base == 0x8050140:./imx_usb

trailing slash == 0x8050141:/imx_usb

conf_path == ./

config file <./mx51_usb_work.conf>

parse mx51_usb_work.conf

15a2:006a(mx51) bConfigurationValue =1

Interface 0 claimed

report 1, wrote 0 bytes, err=-1

report 3, read 0 bytes, err=-1

read=00 00 00 00

report 1, wrote 0 bytes, err=-1

report 3, read 0 bytes, err=-1

read=00 00 00 00

report 1, wrote 0 bytes, err=-1

report 3, read 0 bytes, err=-1

read=00 00 00 00

report 1, wrote 0 bytes, err=-1

report 3, read 0 bytes, err=-1

read=00 00 00 00

report 1, wrote 0 bytes, err=-1

report 3, read 0 bytes, err=-1

read=00 00 00 00

report 1, wrote 0 bytes, err=-1

report 3, read 0 bytes, err=-1

read=00 00 00 00

status failed

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