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Re: Simulating c code in LEON and watch signals in iSIM

Thank you for your reply. I will execute objdump to find the starting address.
vaiostaxiarchis
5:23 PM
#25024
 
25023

Re: Simulating c code in LEON and watch signals in iSIM

You need to get yourself accustomed to the assembly code and understanding what would the compiler produce for a given code. There is a HUGE initialization
Al-Hawaj, Khalid
3:17 PM
#25023
 
25022

Re: Increase Processor didnt affect of execution time

Hello, I think you are missing a big chunk/or you didn’t clarify what have you done fully. Your application needs to be parallelized to be able to get some
Al-Hawaj, Khalid
3:05 PM
#25022
 
25021

Increase Processor didnt affect of execution time

Hi, I am running some C codes on Leon-03 processor. I am in design/leon3mp. with one core everything works fine. But I have a problem when I increased number
hassananwarpoly
1:14 PM
#25021
 
25020

Re: Running Linux on cpu0 and bare-metal app on cpu1

OK. I found the way to 'activate' the second core (from other threads and from software/leon3/mptest.c). *(irqmp_ptr + 0x10/4) = 0x0ffff; But the code
mkyoon83
Sep 1
#25020
 
25019

Re: Simulating c code in LEON and watch signals in iSIM

I replaced the systest.c and run make soft, it builts the exe file and then I run the simulation and watch signals.
vaiostaxiarchis
Sep 1
#25019
 
25018

Re: Simulating c code in LEON and watch signals in iSIM

It sounds like your compiled exe just is not what is executed. Have you thought about how the code gets into your memory simulation models? It has been
Christian Sayer
Sep 1
#25018
 
25017

Re: Simulating c code in LEON and watch signals in iSIM

Hello Christian, Thank you for your advice. I am editing LEON vhdl code to implement Dynamic Information Flow Tracking technique. I want to track data throught
vaiostaxiarchis
Sep 1
#25017
 
25016

Re: Simulating c code in LEON and watch signals in iSIM

Hello, If you enable disassembly as explained you will see instructions and their addresses. Use sparc-elf-objdump -d on your executable to find at which
Christian Sayer
Sep 1
#25016
 
25015

Running Linux on cpu0 and bare-metal app on cpu1

Hello. I am trying to run an AMP system on Leon3. I built my own Linux which works fine if run alone. I configured the system to have 2 cores. I loaded the
mkyoon83
Aug 31
#25015
 
25014

Re: Simulating c code in LEON and watch signals in iSIM

Then I can see the instructions in console of iSIM? I found out that the C program I give as an input to LEON3 starts when PC_Counter is 0x40000000 (entry
vaiostaxiarchis
Aug 31
#25014
 
25013

Re: Flash programming problem

Hi Arslan Usman, Would you mind sharing the mkprom2 parameters that you used to create your PROM file? Ruan
b8c29a154157828015869cb5658e4b73
Aug 31
#25013
 
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mkprom2 for Xilinx ML605

Hi, I am using the Xilinx ML605 development board, and I would like to be able to program the PROM. I have compiled a simple hello world program with:
b8c29a154157828015869cb5658e4b73
Aug 31
#25012
 
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Re: Simulating c code in LEON and watch signals in iSIM

Hello, In xconfig you can select Processor > VHDL debug settings and then enable Processor disassembly to console. This will allow you to see the instructions
Jan Andersson
Aug 31
#25011
 
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Re: What bits of the read/write address [31:0] can I expect to see a

Hi Jan. Shame on me! I realized the mistake after your words . Thanks for helping. Best regards, --carpajr
crjunior
Aug 31
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