This page contains information regarding Code Composer Studio v6 running on Linux.
It includes installation instructions, device support and debug probe support.
It can natively use most inputs, protocols and devices including WM_Touch, WM_Pen, Mac OS X Trackpad and Magic Mouse, Mtdev, Linux Kernel HID, TUIO. Kivy is 100% free to use, under an MIT license (starting from 1.7.2) and LGPL 3 for the previous versions.
The toolkit is professionally developed, backed and used. The framework is stable and has a well documented API, plus a programming guide to help you get started.
For Clam AV to work properly, both the Clam AV engine and the Clam AV Virus Database (CVD) must be kept up to date.
We recommend running the Clam AV Stable Version on production systems. Find Win32, Mac OS X, Linux & BSD signatures in the Alternate Versions section.Many of the applications showed an ugly interface (extreme example: galculator where the buttons disappeared, only plain text on a grey background, that is no interface any more), the same machine, which worked seamlessly before began to lag every some minutes and, most bothering, the system time turned to be inaccurate.Some of the distribution's own tools have been deleted and also the Raspberry Pi edition.As there are many versions and distributions of Linux we are not able to verify and support every one.We verify CCS on a subset of distributions although it is possible to get it running on many others and as we obtain the information on how to do so we will include it on this page.