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NAME

       imx_uart - program to upload an u-boot image to the device and run

SYNOPSIS

       imx_uart [-v | --verify] [-d | --debugmode] [-n | --no-rtscts] [-N | --no-association]
                {UART} {CONFIG} {FILE} [-lLOADADDR] [-sSIZE]

       imx_uart [{-h | --help}]

DESCRIPTION

       This manual page documents briefly the imx_uart command.

       This manual page was written for the Debian distribution because the original program does
       not have a manual page.

       imx_uart is a program that can upload an image to the device memory and run. Thus it is
       able to de-brick the device supported by this tool.

OPTIONS

       The program follows the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two
       dashes (`-'). A summary of options is included below.

       -v, --verify
           Verify downloaded data.

       -d, --debugmode
           Enable debug logs.

       -n, --no-rtscts
           Do not use RTS/CTS flow control.

       -N, --no-association
           Do not do serial Association Phase.

       -h, --help
           Show summary of options.

FILES

       /usr/share/imx-usb-loader/imx-loader.d/*.conf
           The system-wide configuration file to control the behaviour of imx_uart.

DIAGNOSTICS

       The following diagnostics may be issued on stderr:

       imx_uart provides some return codes, that can be used in scripts:

       Code   Diagnostic
       0      Program exited successfully.
       1      Something wrong.

BUGS

       The upstreams BTS can be found at
       https://github.com/boundarydevices/imx_uart_loader/issues.

SEE ALSO

       imx_usb(1)

AUTHOR

       Ying-Chun Liu <paulliu@debian.org>
           Wrote this manpage for the Debian system.

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright © 2017 Ying-Chun Liu (PaulLiu)

       This manual page was written for the Debian system (and may be used by others).

       Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of
       the GNU Lesser General Public License, Version 2.1 or (at your option) any later version
       published by the Free Software Foundation.

       On Debian systems, the complete text of the GNU Lesser General Public License can be found
       in /usr/share/common-licenses/LGPL-2.1.