Re: JTAG recommendations?
Henrik Brix Andersen <henrik@...
2007-06-12 08:38:25 GMT
On Tue, Jun 12, 2007 at 09:21:08AM +0200, Milan Obuch wrote:
> If you could compile software manually and test it, I can help you with
> creating a port. Not sure I am the best person to do it, but I could help a
Thanks, but that's not the problem - I know how to create a
That's not the issue here - I was asking what other people on FreeBSD
use for their JTAG needs, seeing that OpenOCD isn't in ports I doubt
that is in widespread use among FreeBSD users (else, someone would
have submitted a port).
> Well, I would like to be able to work with my S3C2410 based board fully under
> FreeBSD, but I did not succeed yet to build a working kernel/loader for my
> board, even JTAG adapter I got with the board works with sofware running
> under Windows. It connects to parallel port, bears a WIGGLER mark on it, if
> anybody has some experience with it I would like to hear.
See http://www.macraigor.com/wiggler.htm - it's the de facto standard
when it comes to parallel port JTAG connections. It is supported by
both openwince-jtag and OpenOCD.
> That being said, being a bit experienced in some areas, I consider myself only
> a newbie in JTAG area, I would like to ask what are you doing with JTAG?
> There are still areas where one could still discover something new...
I use it for downloading new firmware images to devices and debugging