Because the Example Virtual Serial Device project from NXPUSBLib contains a space in it's directory structure (specifically Example_VirtualSerialDevice/LPC43xx M4/...) I can not successfully download code through the GUI programming tool in LPCXpresso.
So, I have attempted to compile a binary file, and download to my LPCXplorer4330's M4 core. This results in the error included at the end of this post.
Do you have any suggestions as to how I can get some code downloading? I'm running Ubuntu 12.10 x32, and the LPC-Link JTAG programmer.
I have quadruple checked file permissions, and have tried multiple combinations of AXF files or BIN files.
$ crt_emu_lpc18_43_nxp -wire=winusb -pLPC4330 -vendor=NXP -flash-load-exec=~/Desktop/Example_VirtualSerialDevice.bin -load-base-address=0x14000000 Ni: LPCXpresso Debug Driver v4.0 (Sep 19 2012 09:15:29) Nc: Looked for chip XML file in /usr/local/lpcxpresso_4.3.0_1025/lpcxpresso/bin/LPC4330.xml Nc: Looked for vendor directory XML file in /usr/local/lpcxpresso_4.3.0_1025/lpcxpresso/bin/nxp_directory.xml Nc: Found generic directory XML file in /usr/local/lpcxpresso_4.3.0_1025/lpcxpresso/bin/crt_directory.xml Nc: Emu(0): Conn&Reset. DpID: 2BA01477. Info: LPCLINK_1_1 Nc: SWD Frequency: 3000 KHz. RTCK: False. Vector catch: False. Nc: Packet delay: 0 Poll delay: 0. Nc: NXP: LPC4330 Part ID: 0x00000000 Cr:v Registered license, download limit of 128K Et:58: Cannot open binary file 'Example_VirtualSerialDevice.bin'