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We just got the BCM920732 dev kit and are wondering how to use the linux development environment. Using gcc makefiles we are able to compile the sample app. Thanks to this post in the forum I can see /dev/USB*.But how do you flash the test application onto the app from Linux land? The document talks about using cgs.exe to generate the hex file and Chiptool.exe to flash. I ran cgs.exe via wine and it failed.Is there a way 1. to generate the final binary (from cgs) that needs to go onto device on linux?2. to flash the binary onto device from linux?ThanksSriniPS: we are using Ubuntu 13.04 on an x86_64 box.