I've already installed the toolchain and avr32program according to my package manager.
I'm able to verify the "avr32program" executable in a terminal window.
media-notebook@media-notebook-laptop:/$ avr32program -V avr32program 3.1.4 Copyright (C) 2006-2008 Atmel Corporation media-notebook@media-notebook-laptop:/$
I can see the bits installed in my /usr/bin folder
I have tried double clicking on the "avr32program" executable but all I see is a little hard drive activity but no launch.
If I type "avr32program" in a terminal, I see get:
media-notebook@media-notebook-laptop:~$ avr32program Missing command. Try avr32program -h for help.
Typing "avr32program -h" prints the available options. I've tried "avr32program -gui" but it doesn't do anything.
media-notebook@media-notebook-laptop:~$ avr32program Missing command. Try avr32program -h for help. media-notebook@media-notebook-laptop:~$ avr32program -h This is avr32program 3.1.4 Usage: avr32program [option]...
[command-option]... OPTIONS -h, --help Display this help and exit. -l, --list Detect and print information about available USB programmers. -v, --verbose Display diagnostic messages. -V, --version Print the version number. -c, --comport Connect to given serial port. If is 'USB', connect to a USB device. If is 'USB:serial', the programmer with the given serial number will be used. The default is to connect to a USB device. -x, --xmlpath Specify path to XML part description files. -p, --programmer Specify which kind of programmer to use. Can be either jtagicemkii (the default), stk600 or avrone. -G, --gui Indicates that program is being called from a graphical user interface. Changes progress reporting. -D, --daisy Specify JTAG daisy-chain parameters. --part Specify part name, fail unless target matches. --no-tool-setup-check Prevent the programmer from checking its setup against the selected part. Not applicable to all tools. COMMANDS For a list of commands, type "avr32program help commands". media-notebook@media-notebook-laptop:~$ avr32program --gui Missing command. Try avr32program -h for help. media-notebook@media-notebook-laptop:~$
Any suggestions from anyone?