As you asked, please find the hexpad example attched (an1170_13.zip).
Please be aware that Cypress is no longer supporting this application note and the associated example. We are in process of upgrading our linux support. But till that time our linux support is limited.
In mean-time you can use third party linux support. The details are listed in KB article (http://www.cypress.com/?id=4&rID=29746). Along with this, for linux application development, you can also use third party library libUSB ( http://www.libusb.org/).
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Thank you Samir for the quick answer. Yes, probably I will eventually use libusb. But first I wanted to try an example.
i have also tried this hexpad example suggested by cypress but it didnt work. i need to run my usb device in linux . any help will be highly appreciated.
I use this library for device programming under linux:
The library has examples to try. Worked for me but not the python scripts. I use python instead of c with libusb to communicate with the target
And for download the firmware to the targed , i need this: