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  • ESPsupport
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    If there is a simple DOS command line interpreter for linux then you could use it to run ScriptC

    Otherwise you will need Wine, or equivalent

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  • xgomez
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    Hi,

    I have done this in windows, but my question is:

    Can i upload the BootuSd without IDE in a linux system? I wanna try to bootuSd with a raspberry pi in several screens.

    Thanks in advance,

    ​Xavier

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  • ESPsupport
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    Immediately after using 'Boot uSD' utility to load onto a display, you will find the source, as well as the .4xe and .cfg files called temp4D.* in the C:\Users\your user id\AppData\Local\Temp folder.

    Copy them to another location.

    Now you can create a 'script' to load that program onto displays without using the IDE.

    You can find the script program, scriptc.exe, in the C:\Program Files (x86)\4D Labs\4D Workshop 4 IDE\DEP folder

    You can find a sample script here C:\Users\Public\Documents\4D Labs\SCRIPTS\4DGL\Load4DGLprogram.4Dscript which you can edit with any text editor

    The first line should not need changing, although you can change 'Comx' if you want.

    Scriptc /?

    Gives other options

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  • Jcal
    started a topic Uploading Boot uSD without entering the IDE

    Uploading Boot uSD without entering the IDE

    Hello,
    I am using a 35DT with the VisiGenie IDE.
    Is there any way to upload the BootuSD without having to enter the IDE. It is for production purposes.

    Thanks in advance,
    Jordi
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