JTAGICE MKII LINUX DRIVER
If –file is passed and neither –program or –verify are given then –program is implied. Check that the number in the filename does not collide with other files. Now when trying to step execution, GDB says: The installation requires admministrator privileges, either use the sudo command or login as user root:. Bear this in mind when examining printed pointers, or when passing absolute addresses to gdb commands. In order to continue execution, invoking Resume F8 or Step Over F6 unfortunately won’t do it, but it is possible to jump to the next line by typing. As such, it can handle any file format that libbfd knowns about.
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It works fine as programmer, and also debugging works also in Eclipsebesides that execution won’t stop at the breakpoints, which I think is related to debugWire. The installation requires admministrator privileges, either use the sudo command or login as user root:.
If you have a Debian based distribution or you would like to install a newer toolchain you could check http: I’ve already done udev config as described here and here. I might be wrong about this, but I’d actually prefer to think a bit about where to place my permanent breakpoints and remove them again after debugging and flash the whole program once, than writing to individual flash memory addresses many times.
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I triple checked all connections. I had to add a Path Mapping so Eclipse could find the source: The fuse byte data must be given in two digit hexadecimal format with zero padding if needed.
For debugging to work, the code nkii to contain debugging information g2 in stabs format and it must be compiled without optimizations -O0. Jumping to the next line will let the execution continue until it hits the next breakpoint. Here is a related question with some details. Workaround jtayice execution never stopping at breakpoints It jtagics seem a bit clumsy first, but it is a usable workaround: Set main, should stop execution when entering the main function Resume: Click on Debug The debugging session should start and execution should stop at the entry point of the main function.
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To be able to do debugging in addition the following packages should be installed as well: By setting a permanent breakpoint, execution stops at the requested point:. If –file is passed and neither –program or –verify are given then –program is implied.
By setting a permanent breakpoint, execution stops at the requested point: Run a Build Now it should be possible to make a debug build of the project. To distinguish data address 0 from code address 0, avr-gdb adds 0x to all data addresses. If you tell avarice to read an ELF file, it will automatically handle programming all of the sections contained in the file e.
The following steps are required to install the package. It assumes a specific version of libusb.
On top, you need to install the nice avr-eclipse plugin from here: In that case, the string usb is used as the name of the device. No such file or directory.
Flash the program That should be just a matter of clicking the button. I’ll be happy to try out any suggestion and update the document.