I am using Macraigor tools to try a download into a microcontroller
board. I mean I am trying to!!!
I type this command under cygwin, on XP home:
OcdLibRemote -c ARM7 -d WIGGLER
and I get the following message:
JTAG SDO <- CPU(1) ARM7 : listening on port 8888 :<- JTAG SDI
and nothing happens.
The board led turns into red (excpet in very low speed communication),
which means a communication started, but nothing else happen.
Other commands report me that the connection is refused.
I have this trouble with both my laptop and desktop computer (both on
XP home), which are very recent one (especially the desktop).
Has somebody met the same trouble? and debug it?
Maybe I had to do something very simple on the board (armoid board) I
forgot to , or it is a general problem on parallel ports (I configured
SP and then EPP).
Reply by Fred Viles●February 15, 20052005-02-15
firstname.lastname@example.org (jerome) wrote in
> I type this command under cygwin, on XP home:
> OcdLibRemote -c ARM7 -d WIGGLER
> and I get the following message:
> JTAG SDO <- CPU(1) ARM7 : listening on port 8888 :<- JTAG SDI
> and nothing happens.
You don't mention running GDB, what do you expect to happen?
Reply by ●February 16, 20052005-02-16
In comp.sys.arm Fred Viles <email@example.com> wrote:
> You don't mention running GDB, what do you expect to happen?
..and if you did run GDB you may have to either turn off the Windows
Firewall (which is enabled by default thesedays) or add some
exceptions to get anything to happen.
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Reply by jerome●February 16, 20052005-02-16
Now I have the connection: It was the first installation on my PC, I
had to reinstall software, but i have the connection now, thank you
for your information.
I meet troubles now because I have memory access errors, with the
message 'Target bus error'.
I have desactivated the firewall but it doesn't change anything.
I apprecatiated your cooperation