Sam_I_Am 0.3

Sam_I_Am is a program for communicating with Atmel AT91SAM7S microcontrollers on Linux systems using a USB connection.

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LICENSE TYPE:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
USER RATING:
2.6/5 17
DEVELOPED BY:
Andrew Sterian
HOMEPAGE:
claymore.engineer.gvsu.edu
CATEGORY:
ROOT \ System \ Emulators
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Sam_I_Am
Sam_I_Am is an application that can be used to communicate with Atmel AT91SAM7S microcontrollers on Linux systems using a USB connection. Sam_I_Am runs under Linux and connects to the microcontroller over a USB connection. Using Sam_I_Am a developer can:

Read and write memory/peripheral locations
Send and receive Intel HEX format files to either RAM or FLASH
Execute code on the microcontroller
Display microcontroller peripheral status

Requirements:

Linux kernel 2.4 or 2.6 with USB generic serial or Communication Device Class drivers available as modules
Python 2.3 or higher

Installation:

python setup.py install (as root)

Running:

/usr/local/bin/Sam_I_Am or /usr/bin/Sam_I_Am

What's New in This Release:

Fixed a bug that prevented go commands from properly executing in some cases when it was the last command specified on the command line. Thanks to Edwin Olson for tracking this down.
The info aic command had the sense of external and internal interrupt sources reversed in the AIC_SMRx register.
The info tc command had the TIOA and TIOB sources reversed when displaying external trigger sources.
The help flash command mistakenly said the command was used to program RAM.

Last updated on November 21st, 2007

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