Re: Using GDB with wiggler
We have used these tools before without issue.
Do you have the .GDBINIT file setup. You will need this....
Create the file with the following text:
# Load the program executable called "PIOTest.elf"
# Load the symbols for the program.
# Set a breakpoint at main().
# Run to the breakpoint.
In the files section of this group you should fine a GNU folder and
in there you should have all that is necessary to get the wiggler
Follow the following procedure once the code is compiled:
Open a Cygwin "Bash" and change to the desired directory
Start OCDLibRemote - Open another "bash" window and type:
/usr/local/bin/OCDLibRemote -c ARM7 -d WIGGLER -s 4
/usr/local/bin/OCDLibRemote -c ARM7 -d RAVEN -s 4
OCDLibRemote facilitates communication between GDB and the target
system via TCP/IP and JTAG
Now start the GDB - GNU debugger
Hope this helps,
--- In OKI-ARMfirstname.lastname@example.org, "alessio_demarchi"
> Hi to anyone
> I'm a new member of this group and I'm olso a new ARM user.
> I've buy a OKI 674K evaboard by Unique (a very low cost kit, about
> $200), download the GNU software source (GCC, newlib and GDB),
> compiled and testet. It seems to be ok in compilation/linking of the
> application. But I've problem in download the binary into my taget
> I used a very simple JTAG interface (a wiggler like this:JTAG?
> http://www.olimex.com/dev/arm-jtag.html) and a host software by
> Macraigor (OCDRemote), but it doesen't work fine. Have anybody ever
> use a free gdb server for interfacing the OKI target board with
> Sameone can help me to download my application to my target board?