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Author: Nils Soderman (nilswed)
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Anyone having experience of Eclipse/Yagarto/ARM-USB-OCD under
Win2000Pro? Debugging seems not to work. Any hints please?

Author: Stefan (Guest)
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Nils Soderman wrote:
> Anyone having experience of Eclipse/Yagarto/ARM-USB-OCD under
> Win2000Pro? Debugging seems not to work. Any hints please?

You need a proper configuration of the gdbserver for your target. Is
your gdbserver OpenOCD? Which is your target µC?

Author: Nils Soderman (nilswed)
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Stefan wrote:
> Nils Soderman wrote:
>> Anyone having experience of Eclipse/Yagarto/ARM-USB-OCD under
>> Win2000Pro? Debugging seems not to work. Any hints please?
>
> You need a proper configuration of the gdbserver for your target. Is
> your gdbserver OpenOCD? Which is your target µC?

Thank you for answering, Stefan! I haven't had too much luck lately
(with answers AND Eclipse!).
Yes, it is OpenOCD and my cpu is AT91SAM7X256! Can I find a proper
config somewhere on the net? I am today using a modified James Lynch
config. A lot of guesswork there!
Nils of Uppsala

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Nils Soderman wrote:
> Stefan wrote:
>> Nils Soderman wrote:
>>> Anyone having experience of Eclipse/Yagarto/ARM-USB-OCD under
>>> Win2000Pro? Debugging seems not to work. Any hints please?
>>
>> You need a proper configuration of the gdbserver for your target. Is
>> your gdbserver OpenOCD? Which is your target µC?
>
> Thank you for answering, Stefan! I haven't had too much luck lately
> (with answers AND Eclipse!).
> Yes, it is OpenOCD and my cpu is AT91SAM7X256! Can I find a proper
> config somewhere on the net? I am today using a modified James Lynch
> config. A lot of guesswork there!
> Nils of Uppsala

Try to set up OpenOCD AT91SAM7X cooperation first, then deal with
Eclipse.

See remarks for AT91SAM7X at
http://www.siwawi.arubi.uni-kl.de/avr_projects/arm...

Problem solved: I forgot to erase the Lock Bits.
http://en.mikrocontroller.net/topic/89534

OpenOCD && AT91SAM7X
http://forum.sparkfun.com/viewtopic.php?t=5305&hig...

Infos from Alexander Poddey
http://www2.pt.tu-clausthal.de/~alexp/arm/index.html

Author: Nils Soderman (nilswed)
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Stefan wrote:
> Nils Soderman wrote:
>> Stefan wrote:
>>> Nils Soderman wrote:
>>>> Anyone having experience of Eclipse/Yagarto/ARM-USB-OCD under
>>>> Win2000Pro? Debugging seems not to work. Any hints please?
>>>
>>> You need a proper configuration of the gdbserver for your target. Is
>>> your gdbserver OpenOCD? Which is your target µC?
>>
>> Thank you for answering, Stefan! I haven't had too much luck lately
>> (with answers AND Eclipse!).
>> Yes, it is OpenOCD and my cpu is AT91SAM7X256! Can I find a proper
>> config somewhere on the net? I am today using a modified James Lynch
>> config. A lot of guesswork there!
>> Nils of Uppsala
>
> Try to set up OpenOCD AT91SAM7X cooperation first, then deal with
> Eclipse.
>
> See remarks for AT91SAM7X at
> 
http://www.siwawi.arubi.uni-kl.de/avr_projects/arm...
>
> Problem solved: I forgot to erase the Lock Bits.
> http://en.mikrocontroller.net/topic/89534
>
> OpenOCD && AT91SAM7X
> http://forum.sparkfun.com/viewtopic.php?t=5305&hig...
>
> Infos from Alexander Poddey
> http://www2.pt.tu-clausthal.de/~alexp/arm/index.html

Thank you Stefan!
The very last paragraph of openocd_intro, as per your suggestion,
helped!
Nils

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