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dfu-util is a host side implementation of the DFU 1.0 andDFU 1.1 specifications of the USB forum.DFU is intended to download and upload firmware to/from devices connectedover USB. It ranges from small devices like micro-controller boardsto mobile phones. Using dfu-util you can download firmware to yourDFU-enabled device or upload firmware from it. dfu-util has beentested with the Openmoko Neo1973 and Freerunner and many other devices.
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Instrument-Control is a package for interfacing the outside world of hardware via Serial, i2c or Parallel interfaces. It is currently under development by Andrius Sutas and Stefan Mahr, you can browse the mercurial repository here and download the package here.
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If your properties file has not been configured for your scope yet, you can start with a generic file, but only on a Thermo/FEI scope. The generic file does not contain many essential entries for JEOL or Hitachi microscopes. If you download and unpack the GenericFramework.exe file, you should also download GenericProperties.txt from the Tools folder on the SerialEM download site ( ), rename it to SerialEMproperties.txt, and replace the file from the framework. Then download and incorporate camera properties and magnification table files from the Tools folder.
To estimate BuiltInSettling for a CCD camera, open the 'cleartime.s' script available from the Tools folder on the SerialEM download site. You can do this with the File - Open menu entry in DM, or just by clicking on the file. Run the script by pressing Ctrl-Enter. It will time a series of exposures and report the mean time. It will then recommend values for BuiltInSettling based on subtracting 0.155 second for large format one-port readout cameras (Megascan 795 and Ultrascan 890, 2Kx2K 30-micron pixel or 4Kx4K 15-micron pixel) or 0.065 second for the four-port readout Ultrascan 895. These correction factors are based on the 4 cameras that I have been able to run the script with. The script is of no use with CMOS cameras like the K2/K3 and OneView.
Gphoto2, and its library libgphoto2 is a Linux application enables controlling cameras and downloading images through USB PTP or serial cable. It is of importance if you would like to build a remote controlled camera or automate the time lapse photography with advanced setting, such as altering the shutter speed during sunset with a predefined value, or make exposure at precise moment for solar eclipse. Another feature will be turning on service mode to enable uncooked RAW image download for Nikon DSLRs. Cameras from almost all vendor are supported.
Is there a documentation on how to install the libusb you mentioned on windows, would it mess up my existing usb connected devices? I downloaded the libusb-win but do not know not know what to do beyond that. Any input would help me move ahead.
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The easiest way to get and install the proper drivers for your new BusPirate is by going to the BP chip provider web pages and download their Windows driver package, which is distributed as either a .zip file or a .exe installer. I choose the .exe installer, but the drawback is that there is no feedback message that anything have been installed (at least not for me). The screen just flashes once and that's it. I haven't tried the .zip file installation. (Please let me know how that works.)
In our case, for the BPv3b, the chip is the FT232RL and the provider company is FTDI (Future Technology Devices International). Their drivers are now ASFAIK distributed in a single download package containing both the drivers for VCP (Virtual COM Port) and D2XX (direct USB access via DLL) connections. The one to use for BP terminal access is VCP and the one you need for openOCD is D2XX. [?]
Now it's time to open your favorite terminal application. I use the free "RealTerm". (You can download it from here: ) I like it simply because it has too many features! Select the same settings as above and make sure you choose the same port as shown in Windows Device Manager. Hit [RET] a few times and you should be greeted with BP's built in command-line interface with the "HiZ>" prompt. The first useful thing to do is to check your exact hardware/firmware/bootloader version by typing "i" and find out which protocols are directly/natively supported by typing "m". In the latest FW versions, "JTAG" is not present in the list, although it should be supported through OpenOCD according to developers, but not according to users!
To get all the right "ds30 Loader" parameters for your BPv3b, download and extract the appropriate BitPirate .zip firmware package, that also contain the older ds30 Loader, but with the addition of a "settings.xml" file. Copy this file to the ds30's default settings directory (for Windows Vista): "C:\Users\YourWindowsUsername\AppData\Roaming\.ds30Loader\". You can then navigate to this file (from ds30) by going to "View" --> "Settings directory". If you use this file, you will notice that most settings are disabled from changes as a sefty precaution in order for careless people not to brick their BP!
I want to thank the following companies which are providing support for the BusyBox project: Analog Devices, Inc. provided a Blackfin development board free of charge. Blackfin is a NOMMU processor, and its availability for testing is invaluable. If you are an embedded device developer, please note that Analog Devices has an entire Linux distribution available for download for this board. Visit for more information.
Changes since previous release:Aaro Koskinen: find: implement -emptyAlistair Francis (4): date: Use 64 prefix syscall if we have to time: Use 64 prefix syscall if we have to runsv: Use 64 prefix syscall if we have to Remove stime() function callsBiswapriyo Nath: Makefile.flags: restrict Wno-constant-logical-operand and Wno-string-plus-int options for clangBrian Foley (3): dc: execute shouldn't pop if stack head is not a string dc: Fix segfault when executing strings generated using asciify dc: Parse error & fix out of bounds read in xc_program_printStringDaniel Edgecumbe (3): gzip: default level with ENABLE_FEATURE_GZIP_LEVELS should be 6 gzip: set compression flags correctly as per standard gzip: set default compression level to 6 when CONFIG_FEATURE_GZIP_LEVELS=nDavid Demelier: wget: increase redirections limitDenys Vlasenko: build system: suppress some clang-9 warnings examples/udhcp/simple.script: up interface on deconfig event libbb: remove syscall wrappers around clock_gettime, closes 12091 libbb: clang/llvm 9 fix - do not eliminate a store to a fake "const" libbb: deal with "declaration of 'link' shadows a global declaration" warning libbb: include only if necessary ash,hush: add comment about masked SIGCHLD, handle SIG_IGNed SIGHUP as in bash ash,hush: testcase for "exit" without arguments in a trap ash: Expand here-documents in the current shell environment ash: Return without arguments in a trap should use status outside traps ash: [BUILTIN] Exit without arguments in a trap should use status outside traps ash: builtin: Mark more regular built-ins ash: eval: Add assignment built-in support again ash: eval: Always set localvar_stop ash: eval: Fail immediately with redirections errors for simple command ash: eval: Only restore exit status on exit/return ash: eval: Reap zombies after built-in commands and functions ash: eval: Replace with listsetvar with mklocal/setvareq ash: eval: Use the correct expansion mode for fd redirection ash: exec: Do not allocate stack string in padvance ash: exec: Never rehash regular built-ins ash: exec: Stricter pathopt parsing ash: expand: Do not reprocess data when expanding words ash: expand: Ensure result is escaped in cvtnum ash: expand: Fix multiple issues with EXP_DISCARD in evalvar ash: expand: Fix skipping of command substitution when trimming in evalvar ash: expand: Fix trailing newlines processing in backquote expanding ash: expand: Merge syntax/quotes in memtodest with flags ash: expand: Use HOME in tilde expansion when it is empty ash: fix BASE###nn bashism for bases 36..64 ash: fix BASE###nn bashism to accept letter 'digits' for bases > 9 ash: fix set -o to not show "nameless" options ash: jobs - Do not block when waiting on SIGCHLD ash: jobs: Only clear gotsigchld when waiting for everything ash: jobs: Replace some uses of fmtstr with stpcpy/stpncpy ash: main: Only set savestatus in exitcmd ash: main: Print \n upon EOF (CTRL-D) when run interactively ash: memalloc: Add growstackto helper ash: memalloc: Avoid looping in growstackto ash: mkinit: Split reset into exitreset and reset ash: output: Fix fmtstr return value ash: parser: Do not push token back before parseheredoc ash: parser: Fix incorrect eating of backslash newlines ash: parser: Fix old-style command substitution here-document crash ash: parser: Only accept single-digit parameter expansion outside of braces ash: parser: Save/restore here-documents in command substitution ash: rename some function parameters to match dash ash: rename stack_nputstr() back to stnputs() to match dash ash: shell: Fix clang warnings about "string plus integer" ash: use pgetc_eatbnl() in more places, take 2 hush: fix "set -o INVALID" affecting -e flag state hush: fix negative_arith.tests: glob-protect dash in "$((arith))" hush: fix preprocessor directives indentation hush: implement "return NUM in trap sets $? 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