Download Remote Library

Acquire the MPLAB® Communications Library to install on the remote machine.


1

Select Remote Download

Select Tools > Embedded > Remote USB > Download.

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2

Select Remote OS

In the dialog, select the remote operating system and read the Warning.

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3

Download to PC

Click "Download" and save the library file installer ZIP to a location on your PC.

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4

Read Instructions to Install Library and Launch Remote App

Read the text that is displayed in the Download MPLAB Communications Library dialog after download. This will tell you how to install the library and where to find the remote application.

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5

Find Installed Files

The following are installed on the server system:

  • Communications libraries (.dll, .so, or .dylib files)
  • MPLAB Remote USB Communications Server application. See text in download box for location (Step 4).
  • Java support libraries (.jar files) - You will need to install a Java runtime environment (jre). Match the Java version supported by the MPLAB X IDE running on your host PC. See the MPLAB X IDE release notes for the version of Java supported.
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