IXP425 Little Endian/ Big Endian

Started by A Beaujean in comp.arch.embedded18 years ago 1 reply

Having developed a new IXP425 based card, we now face the problem of writing the BSP for it. Actually, the main problem at this very moment is...

Having developed a new IXP425 based card, we now face the problem of writing the BSP for it. Actually, the main problem at this very moment is understanding the real issues with Endianess. Indeed, primary tests made with the ARM MultiIce emulator appear to clearly indicate that Big Endian is required if wanting to access the IXP425 expansion bus with correct addressing (bytewise or wordw...


Obsolete emulator / parts killing business buy old pds900

Started by john11w in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago 3 replies

I've developed a nice business over the past 15 years lately using the 89lpc92x family of parts. The DIP (20) package is important so...

I've developed a nice business over the past 15 years lately using the 89lpc92x family of parts. The DIP (20) package is important so that upgrades may be made in the field. Yearly volume is 3-5K parts. Yes, boards are assembled by hand using through hole parts. I support 5 part timers and still use 51 assembler. About 15 active designs. I just blew the bondout R1.0 in my 2nd PDS900 and now hav...


Annoucement -NEW Software Debugger for ARM

Started by GalieoSoft in comp.arch.embedded19 years ago 2 replies

Announcing to the Embedded Community across the world, the arrival of a Software debugger that is an across the board tool which will optimize...

Announcing to the Embedded Community across the world, the arrival of a Software debugger that is an across the board tool which will optimize your entire embedded development lifecycle. GalieoSD is a Multi-compiler, Multi-emulator and Multi-Platform debugger for ARM7 & ARM9 Cores, that supports ELF, DWARF, COFF, GNU toolchain formats.This will enable you to use your favourite com...


Looking for serial printer emulator to output to bitmap

Started by Alison in comp.arch.embedded16 years ago 1 reply

Would anyone have seen a program for DOS which emulates an Epson graphics printer? I'm talking, you plug your output device (logic analyser as...

Would anyone have seen a program for DOS which emulates an Epson graphics printer? I'm talking, you plug your output device (logic analyser as is the case here) into a normal Epson printer via serial port, except in 2006 you don't have an Epson serial printer anymore. I'm sure this must have been done before somewhere. So a PC behaves as if it was a printer, and creates a .bmp file or ali...


AVR JTAGICE firmware erased!

Started by Steven in comp.arch.embedded19 years ago 1 reply

Has anyone experienced having their JTAGICE firmware accidently erased? I hook up the emulator directly to my PC today with no target board. ...

Has anyone experienced having their JTAGICE firmware accidently erased? I hook up the emulator directly to my PC today with no target board. Then ran AVRProg.exe and erased. AVRProg.exe showed SUCCESS! Now the 200 dollar question is, how can I restore the firmware? I cannot do any debugging or ISP programming with my JTAGICE now! Thanks, Steven


Mult-core simulator, emulator advice

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded10 years ago

Hi all, Just want to know if there are any good simulators/emulators I can use to simulate a multi-core system on a standard desktop PC (intel...

Hi all, Just want to know if there are any good simulators/emulators I can use to simulate a multi-core system on a standard desktop PC (intel core i3, 4gb ram etc.) need to experiment on: - Implementing a 2x2-4x4 Network on chip based multi core system (cores can be low end ARM cores for example. homogenous) - Performance is an issue (so i think Qemu isn't going to work) - Nee...


Testing little/big endian issues on an Intel PC

Started by Sachin Garg in comp.arch.embedded16 years ago 7 replies

I need to test code for some compression algorithms for any possible little/big endian issues that I might have left in there. As...

I need to test code for some compression algorithms for any possible little/big endian issues that I might have left in there. As development was done on an Intel desktop, what is the best way to test it out without having to buy big-endian hardware. Can some emulator etc be used for this? The code is fairly portable (basic C++, mostly maths, and some file reading/writing) and can be b...


IDE 'emulator' with Ethernet or USB

Started by StanV in comp.arch.embedded15 years ago 6 replies

Maybe off-topic but maybe someone can point me in the right direction. I'm need to transfer on regulary files to a legacy DOS...

Maybe off-topic but maybe someone can point me in the right direction. I'm need to transfer on regulary files to a legacy DOS application (actualy a WIN98 in DOS mode). At the moment the only solution i see to transfer the files by floppy between the systems. So i"m wondering if there exists a "blackbox', that emulates a IDE drive on one side (ea the DOS box sees a hard drive or floppy) ,...


[HELP NEEDED] PowerPC and ICE BDM

Started by gilles-nw-Fr in comp.arch.embedded1 year ago 1 reply

Hi, I'am working with a MPC855T PowerPC microprocessor and i try to debug my soft using ICE/BDM. My application raises a "Software Emulation"...

Hi, I'am working with a MPC855T PowerPC microprocessor and i try to debug my soft using ICE/BDM. My application raises a "Software Emulation" exception that is catched by emulator and i would like to know which software instruction raised this exception but SRR0 register is 0 (zero). This register should contain the last instruction before exception ? should it not ? Is it possible to ...


Help on delta cycles in trace with embedded memory on ARM A8 cpu

Started by Robert Willy in comp.arch.embedded8 years ago 1 reply

Hi, I learn to use trace on ARM A8 cpu with a simple TI XDS100v2 emulator. The trace data looks puzzling to me. See below message on trace...

Hi, I learn to use trace on ARM A8 cpu with a simple TI XDS100v2 emulator. The trace data looks puzzling to me. See below message on trace window: ../hello.c,main,0x40303164,"PUSH {R3, LR}", ,0,19,Start of trace, ../hello.c,main,0x40303166,"MOVS R0, #5" , ,19,80,Entered debug state when halting debug-mode is enabled, ../hello.c,main,0x40303168,"STR R0, [SP]", ,99,73,, ../hello...


Introduction to stages of a device development project (embedded software)

Started by SilentHissing in comp.arch.embedded18 years ago 1 reply

Hello, Is there a book or website I can reference to gain a layman's view of embedded software development. I keep hearing all these words:...

Hello, Is there a book or website I can reference to gain a layman's view of embedded software development. I keep hearing all these words: board support package, hardware bring-up, on-chip debugging, JTAG, emulator..... I used this book to understand Electronic Design Automation and it was fabulous: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0131828290/qid=1113538214/sr=1-1/ref=sr_1...


EZ-ICE and software loading

Started by alb in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago

Dear all, I found an interesting 'Engineer to Engineer Note' on AD...

Dear all, I found an interesting 'Engineer to Engineer Note' on AD (http://www.analog.com/static/imported-files/application_notes/6187549521220 6ee_34.pdf) on the booting process when the ez-ice is connected to the target device. I was wondering if there is a similar note on the 'loading process' of an executable file into the target. I haven't found any. I imagine the emulator wi...


How to program AT91SAM7S64's flash using a JTAG parallel cable?

Started by Ken in comp.arch.embedded17 years ago 11 replies

Hi everyone, I know that some ARM7 chip, such as S3C4510, can be programmed using a JTAG parallel cable without a emulator. Does anyone konw...

Hi everyone, I know that some ARM7 chip, such as S3C4510, can be programmed using a JTAG parallel cable without a emulator. Does anyone konw how to program AT91SAM7S64 using a JTAG parallel cable? Thanks, Ken


looking for a freeware table drive simulator / emulator (not assembler)

Started by *ProteanThread* in comp.arch.embedded16 years ago 2 replies

one that can compile native 6809, 6502, Z80, etc. code ? are there any non-intel (6502, 6809, Z80, etc.) CPU Simulators out there like...

one that can compile native 6809, 6502, Z80, etc. code ? are there any non-intel (6502, 6809, Z80, etc.) CPU Simulators out there like - http://sbc.rictor.org/simulator.html ? can any (windows based) disassemble 6502/6809 or Z80 (etc.) code ? -Woodzy http://www.rtdos.com


porting uClinux to ARM processor and RT application suggestions

Started by shant.kulkarni in comp.arch.embedded14 years ago

hi. my final year team are working on the above mentioned project. we have installed the necessary tools such as arm-elf, arm-linux...

hi. my final year team are working on the above mentioned project. we have installed the necessary tools such as arm-elf, arm-linux , installed the skyeye emulator and also run sample programs in UClinux. now we are working on a development board that has the ARM 9 processor S3C2410 (samsung). as a application to be developed we came up with following options: a web server, PID control of ...


info for ARIUM RP256 eprom emulator

Started by delo in comp.arch.embedded18 years ago 1 reply

I have a little box named Arium RP256 In the upper side of the box is a small idc male connector called IN and a db female connector named...

I have a little box named Arium RP256 In the upper side of the box is a small idc male connector called IN and a db female connector named OUT. In the lower side are six connectors for the emulated roms. I begin to rev-eng the pcb to see the connections. What I like to do is put it to work connected to a PC parallel port, does anyone have an electric diagram, timing, source or binary code t...


Problems Booting TMS320VC5509A from serial EEPROM

Started by Felix Collins in comp.arch.embedded19 years ago 1 reply

Hi All, I am having difficulties getting my TMS320VC5509A to boot from serial eeprom. I can successfully boot from USB. I can write and read...

Hi All, I am having difficulties getting my TMS320VC5509A to boot from serial eeprom. I can successfully boot from USB. I can write and read the EEPROM and it appears that the data is being stored in it correctly. I can use the same boot table to boot from USB. When I try to boot from the EEPROM the application does not start properly. Using a Flexds JTAG emulator I have read out part ...


Controlling the position of a new window

Started by rickman in comp.arch.embedded14 years ago 5 replies

I am using a terminal emulator program (PuTTY) with a Forth program in a development cycle. Because of problems reloading the program...

I am using a terminal emulator program (PuTTY) with a Forth program in a development cycle. Because of problems reloading the program being debugged, Each cycle around the code-test loop, I close Win32Forth and use a Windows batch file to start Forth, load the Forth program, invoke the Forth application and to start PuTTY in a new window using the Windows START command. Win32Forth starts up...


Need an adapter for a 32-pin PLCC socket

Started by Jim Stewart in comp.arch.embedded17 years ago 1 reply

I need to emulate a socketed 32-pin PLCC flash chip. Anyone know of an adapter that will plug into the PLCC socket in place of the flash...

I need to emulate a socketed 32-pin PLCC flash chip. Anyone know of an adapter that will plug into the PLCC socket in place of the flash chip and bring the connections out to a DIP plug on an emulator.


Re: IDE 'emulator' with Ethernet or USB <8fcbdd25-1354-47d4-ad46-b4591eb436a0@d77g2000hsb.googlegroups.com>

Started by AZ Nomad in comp.arch.embedded15 years ago 1 reply

On Mon, 30 Jun 2008 18:36:48 -0700, donald wrote: > StanV wrote: > > Maybe off-topic but maybe someone can point me in the right...

On Mon, 30 Jun 2008 18:36:48 -0700, donald wrote: > StanV wrote: > > Maybe off-topic but maybe someone can point me in the right direction. > > > > I'm need to transfer on regulary files to a legacy DOS application > > (actualy a WIN98 in DOS mode). > If you are using WIN98se, you can use USB sticks between the systems. win98 doesn't include the usb storage driver.