SYNOPSISusbprog [options] [commands]
DESCRIPTIONUSBprog has two modes: An interactive mode and a batch mode. Both mode use exactly the same commands. As every command takes a fixed number of arguments, no separator is necessary between commands --- just specify as much commands as you would like to execute.
The help command gives a list of all commands, ? command can be used to get help for a specific command. Example:
(usbprog) help (usbprog) ? upload
OPTIONSFollowing options can be specified, both for the interactive and the batch mode:
- -h | --help
- Prints a short help.
- -v | --version
- Prints the version number to standard output.
- -d | --datadir datadir
- Uses datadir instead of ~/.usbprog.
- -o | --offline
- Don't try to connect to the internet. Use the cached firmware and index file(s) only.
- -D | --debug
- Enable debugging output.
COMMANDSThis section describes all commands. As mentioned above, the syntax is the same for interactive and batch usage.
- This just prints an overview about every command, i.e. the command name and an one-sentence description.
- helpcmd | ? command
- Print a detailed description for command.
- exit | quit
- Quit the program. On Unix, you can also send an EOF by pressing Ctrl-d on your terminal.
- copying | license
- Prints a short license (GPL) text and the version number of the program.
- list | firmwares
- Prints a list of available firmwares. A [*] shows that the firmware is available in the offline cache.
- download firmware
- Downloads the specified firmware. Use the same string as you retrieved from the firmwares command described above. This command doesn't work in offline mode.
- info firmware
- Shows some basic information about firmware like what it does, the latest version number, the author and the USB ID which the USBprog device has after this firmware has been uploaded. See also the pins command.
- pins firmware
- This shows the PIN assignment of firmware and the meaning of the LED and jumpers. See also the info command for basic information about the firmware.
- cache clean | delete
- clean deletes all old firmware versions from the firmware cache, i.e. if the latest version of a firmware is 5, then it deletes the versions 0 to 4 if they are still on disk. The delete command deletes the whole firmware cache. Only the index and history file are in the cache directory after executing this command.
- Shows a list of connected USB devices related to USBprog. The currently used update device an be set with device and is also marked in the output.
- device number | name
- Sets the update device for the upload command. You have to use the integer number or the device name you retrieved from the devices command.
- upload firmware | file
- Uploads a new firmware. The firmware identifier can be found with the list command. Alternatively, you can also specify a file name on the disk. The extension doesn't matter.