This is the command bladeRF-install-firmware that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
bladeRF-install-firmware - BladeRF Firmware Utility
bladeRF-install-firmware [-h] [show help] [-i imagedir] [image_directory] [-f fpgaimage]
[fpkg_image_file] [-u usbimage] [fx3_image_file]
This program works best without any arguments. If you already have the firmware tarball
and are wanting to install it on a system without Internet access, then you can run this
script with that file as an argument.
The FPGA image is built using non-free software and is not distributed by Debian. This
program makes it easier for the end user to get recommended images from Nuand.com.
The bladeRF-cli application is used to load the FX3 firmware and the FPGA firmware.
The FX3 firmware only needs to be loaded once: it is stored in flash, and survives power
cycling. The FPGA image needs to be loaded every time.
Recommended firmware and FPGA images to use: FX3 Image: http://nuand.com/fx3/latest.img
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