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TRACE32 + PMC-Sequoia MSP8510

Discussion in 'Embedded' started by seanparker, Nov 22, 2007.

  1. seanparker

    seanparker Guest

    Hello -

    Does anyone out there have experience w/ PMC's Sequoia board
    specifically using TRACE32 with it?

    I can't get the CPU registers to come up (nor any other target-base
    data, they all show 0's) - either I'm an idiot or the tutorial takes a lo
    for granted [about my experience level] - I'm new to embedded systems.

    Can anyone point me to other info about how to [configure TRACE32 so
    can] see the CPU info?

    Perhaps this is part of the problem: When I run the "checkcore.cmm
    batch file (includes the 'diag 0x10000 1', and 'diag 0x16001 commands'
    the response is:
    "JTAG Chain Diagnostics
    IDCODES are not reliable; End pattern wasn't found
    Sum of length of all IR registers : 4
    Number of JTAG devices (bypass registers) : 0"


    Thanks,
    Sean
     
    seanparker, Nov 22, 2007
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  2. seanparker

    Chris Hills Guest

    Lauterbach support is usually VERY good,. Why not ask them?


     
    Chris Hills, Nov 24, 2007
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  3. seanparker

    supinlick Guest

    Well - I was asking for assistance - and it took several days for them
    to get back to me since it was ~Thanksgiving.
    Suggesting I contact the mfr is not assistance. They do have good tech
    support - if it's not a holiday.

    Cheers
    Sean

     
    supinlick, Nov 30, 2007
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  4. seanparker

    Chris Hills Guest

    In message
    Thanksgiving is not a holiday. Well it is in one country. If the Local
    office is shut did it not occur to you to as at their head office in
    Germany or the UK office if you are uncertain communicating wit the
    Germans (though all the German Lauterbach people I know speak very good
    English. )


    Chris
     
    Chris Hills, Nov 30, 2007
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  5. seanparker

    CBFalconer Guest

    Other naughty things he did: Changing his name between posts;
    top-posting; failing to snip.

    Not to mention failure to realize that Usenet replies are likely to
    take several days or more.
     
    CBFalconer, Nov 30, 2007
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  6. Two countries ay least, although at different times of the year. I
    didn't get the impression that harvest festivals were that uncommon but
    maybe they are.

    Beware of betraying provincialism while decrying it ;)

    Robert
     
    Robert Adsett, Nov 30, 2007
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    David Brown Guest

    "Thanksgiving" as celebrated in the USA is very different from the
    traditional harvest festivals in other western countries. The Christian
    tradition for harvest festival involves decorating the church with
    flowers and food before the normal service, and delivering the food and
    flowers afterwards to needy people (old folks, poorer people, flowers to
    the hospitals, etc.). It is not a holiday, and there are no turkeys in
    sight. The American "thanksgiving" holiday is a far more recent
    invention, and has more in common with Christmas (at least in the UK)
    than anything else. As for the various harvest-time celebrations around
    the world in other cultures and religions, I could not say.
     
    David Brown, Dec 3, 2007
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  8. Sure the American Thanksgiving is more intense than most other harvest
    festivals but that is still its roots
    Not universally true as I pointed out.
    So's America.
    They do put more stock in it than any other similar event that I know
    of.

    Robert
     
    Robert Adsett, Dec 4, 2007
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