Install Code Composer Studio v6 Ubuntu
Revision as of 04:56, 13 May 2020 by Jshankar
Install Code Composer Studio - Ubuntu
Resolve Dependencies, before proceeding to Installation Instructions.
Ubuntu 18.04 LTS
- update system:
host@user$ sudo apt-get update
- Install dependent libraries:
host@user$ sudo apt install libc6:i386 libusb-0.1-4 libgconf-2-4 build-essential
Ubuntu 16.04 LTS
From a terminal prompt, issue the following command to install it:
host@user$ sudo apt-get update host@user$ sudo apt-get install libc6:i386
This is due to the fact Linux 64-bit versions of the TI compilers were not yet ready.
► Obtain the CCS Installer CD from your instructor or Download it from here
► Simply save the file and untar.
► Open terminal either via Ctrl+Alt+T keyboard shortcut or by searching for “terminal” from software launcher
► Navigate to CCS9.2.0.00013_linux-x64 folder
► Run ccs_setup_linux64_9.2.0.00013.bin as a normal user.
This will start the CCS install wizard.
- Accept the Software License Agreement and click Next.
- Unless you have a specific reason to install CCS in another location, accept the default installation folder and click Next. If you have another version of CCS and you want to keep it, we recommend that you install this version into a different folder.
- In the next dialog, select the processors that your CCS installation will support. Place a checkmark under "TM4C12x ARM Cortex M4F core based MCUs" → click Next
- Please Note the Unsupported boards, click Next
- In the Select Debug Probes, leave everything as default and click Next
If everything looks good, click Finish to start your install!
Note: If you have an issue with the web installer not being able to connect to the internet then please try the off-line installer.
Please have patience as It takes some time to do all the work. When the installation is complete, check the “Create Desktop shortcut” checkbox and then click Finish button.
Once CCS installation has completed, navigate to directory <Install-Folder>/ccs901/ccs/install_scripts.
host@user:~$ cd ~/ti/ccs920/ccs/install_scripts/
As root, execute script "install_drivers.sh".
host@user:~/ti/ccs920/ccs/install_scripts$ sudo ./install_drivers.sh