Install TD driver on Linux

Insert LicheeTang into your computer and execute lsusb to see the information. Make sure USB VID:PID is 0547:1002 as shown in image below.</font>

![Check for default linux driver](https://fdvad021asfd8q.oss-cn-hangzhou.aliyuncs.com/LicheeTang/get_started/237929105611360081.jpg)
Check for default linux driver. 

Set udev rules to enable LicheeTang to be accessed by the plugdev group

Execute the following command in terminal to create a new udev rules file.

sudo nano /etc/udev/rules.d/91-anlogic-jtag.rules

Copy the following code into text editor and save it, as shown in following image.

SUBSYSTEMS=="usb", ATTRS{idVendor}=="0547", ATTRS{idProduct}=="1002", \
  GROUP="plugdev", \
  MODE="0660"

Create a new udev rule file.

Execute the following command in terminal to restart the udev service.

Open Tang Dynasty IDE.

Go to /bin/ and execute the following command to open TD IDE in GUI mode.

./td -gui

Click on Download buttion as shown in following image. Tang Dynasty SDK in GUI Mode

Plugin LicheeTang into your computer and hit Refresh buttion on Download Dialog box.

Note Due to some unknown bug, JTAG work only with 400kbps or lower speed.

Congratulations, you have setup the TD driver on Linux.