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BDI2000 config file for Intel XScale PXA255

Discussion in 'Embedded' started by ting, May 9, 2004.

  1. ting

    ting Guest

    hi!

    i'm trying to configure the BDI2000 to work on a Intel XScale PXA255.
    the JTAG connection is allready established but after a few steps i
    get these two error messages:

    ....
    core #0 startup failed
    ....
    timeout while waiting for debug mode
    ....

    does someone have a config file for the PXA255?
    which are the differences to the config files for the PXA250?
    are there any commands required int the [INIT] section?

    thanx for your help.

    regards,
    Ting
     
    ting, May 9, 2004
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  2. If your hardware and the cables are OK, then this probably means that
    your config file (init section) is incorrect.
    There is one of the floppy disk you received from Abatron.
    Adaptions to the specific boards.
    Yes, there are; the exact contents is board specific.

    Remember that you get 1 year of support with your BDI2000; just
    contact Abatron in case you can't get it working yourself.

    Best regards,

    Wolfgang Denk

    --
    Software Engineering: Embedded and Realtime Systems, Embedded Linux
    Phone: (+49)-8142-4596-87 Fax: (+49)-8142-4596-88 Web: www.denx.de
    You are an excellent tactician, Captain. You let your second in com-
    mand attack while you sit and watch for weakness.
    -- Khan Noonian Singh, "Space Seed", stardate 3141.9
     
    Wolfgang Denk, May 10, 2004
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  3. ting

    Ting Guest

    Do you know, if there is a problem when the signals TRST and RESET are so
    connected, that by asserting the RESET signal the JTAG signal TRST is also
    automatically asserted?

    Best regards,
    Ting
     
    Ting, May 18, 2004
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