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<terminated> OpenOCD Programmer

Posted by Patrik Nylund on May 4, 2010
Hi

I have installed Eclipse 3.5(Galileo) C++, I have installed FreeRTOS 6.0.4 to C:/FreeRTOS, I have installed Debugger and CodeSourcery G++. I have a LM3S8962 Luminary evo board.
I get the demo project compile. But I can't get the binary programmed to my evaluation board.

The only output I get from eclipse is
OpenOCD Programmer [Program] C:\FreeRTOS\Demo\common\Drivers\OpenOCD\OpenOCD_ftdi.ex

what is wrong?
thanks in advance Patrik

RE: <terminated> OpenOCD Programmer

Posted by Patrik Nylund on May 4, 2010
Forgot to say, also installed drivers for the board.
Misspelled OpenOCD_ftdi.exe

RE: <terminated> OpenOCD Programmer

Posted by Dave on May 4, 2010
A couple of hints. First, there is an OpenOCD specific forum on the sparkfun.com web site that might be more targeted than this forum. Second, try using OpenOCD from the command line before integrating it with Eclipse. You can then telnet into OpenOCD and run each command separately to get a lot more feedback regarding what it is doing, what is working and what is not working. When you use it from eclipse the commands are executed one after the other automatically from the script.

RE: <terminated> OpenOCD Programmer

Posted by Patrik Nylund on May 5, 2010
Hi

Thank you for your answer.
I located the problem, and it was missing a cygwin1.dll file. So I installed cywin on my computer and copy the dll file to OpenOCD_ftdi.exe folder.

best regards, Patrik


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