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Annex for Linux?

Post by Electroguard »

Salvaged this topic from the old forum.

(from CiccioCB)
Hi, to flash Annex32 under linux, the following command line is required :

sudo esptool --chip esp32 --baud 115200 --before default_reset --after hard_reset --port /dev/ttyUSB0 write_flash --flash_size detect -z --flash_mode dio --flash_freq 80m 0x1000 boot/bootloader_qio_80m.bin 0xe000 boot/boot_app0.bin 0x8000 boot/ESP32_Annex4M.partitions.bin 0x10000 _build/Annex32.bin 0x240000 _build/Fast_OTA_32.bin

A supplementary file is required (ESP32_Annex4M.partitions.bin, attached at this message) that must be copied in the folder boot

P.S. tested under Ubuntu; if esptool is not found, it can be installed with
sudo apt install esptool

Note: it was necessary to add ".zip" in order to attach the file here, so simply delete ".zip" from the end of the downloaded bin file before use.


(from Peter Mobus)
I have renamed the ESP32_Annex.bin file to Annex32.bin.
It worked really well.
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