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  • Ozone and B-L072Z-LRWAN1 / STM32L072CZ

    tmohr - - General

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    Hello, I just installed and tried the latest JLink on a MacBook. I get the same result as on Linux: tmohr ~ $ /Applications/SEGGER/JLink_V644h/JLinkExe ; exit; SEGGER J-Link Commander V6.44h (Compiled May 3 2019 17:40:43) DLL version V6.44h, compiled May 3 2019 17:40:32 Connecting to J-Link via USB...FAILED: Cannot connect to J-Link via USB. J-Link> I also tried connecting to the LRWAN1 with an older version of Ozone on a Windows 10 PC but don't have a screenshot or log. Also there, the board is…

  • Ozone and B-L072Z-LRWAN1 / STM32L072CZ

    tmohr - - General

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    Hello Nino, I use openSUSE Leap 42.3. I debugged several STM32F407 Discovery on the same PC and OpenSuse installation. I can try another PC, but that may take some time. It will be a Windows 10 Laptop. Best regards Torsten

  • Ozone and B-L072Z-LRWAN1 / STM32L072CZ

    tmohr - - General

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    Hello Nino, Thanks for your help. Correct, the board should be supported. Please see the screenshot attached. It seems to fail on a very low level. It is the same result for both boards I have (STM32L072CZ). The standard program that is on the STM32L072CZ is still running as expected. The green LED in the STLINK part is blinking with approx. 5-10 Hz. I updated at least three STM32F407 Discovery the same way and they all work as expected. I have a normal standard J-Link, maybe I can use that one …

  • Ozone and B-L072Z-LRWAN1 / STM32L072CZ

    tmohr - - General

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    Hello, I have a Board B-L072Z-LRWAN1 with an STM32L072CZ. I use Ozone V2.62 / 2019-04-09. I reflashed the ST-Link on the board, but only get: Debug.SetConnectMode (CM_DOWNLOAD_RESET); Debug.Start(); Connection failed Is there any way to track the problems down any further? Does anybody use the LRWAN1 with Ozone successfully? EDIT: When I write that I reflashed the ST-Link, then this means I used the Segger tool to flash the alternative firmware that enables the use with Ozone. It seems the board…

  • Hello, in the J-Link manual there is a target connector layout described as 9-Pin. Also, an adapter is mentioned there (chapter 16.3). Where can I get that adapter for J-Link to the 9-Pin target? I did not see it in the online shop. What other debug connectors for an ARM Cortex-M are there and would make sense to use? I'd like to use a reasonably small standard connector. Thanks for any hints Torsten

  • 64 Bit controllers

    tmohr - - J-Link/Flasher related

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    Hello, Will J-Link and the tools like Ozone support 64 Bit controllers / cores like Cortex A53 / A57? Best regards Torsten

  • Hello, to display the registers ofnperipherals I use the memory view, which is not very readable. Are there plans to add a description file that describes how the memory maps to readable peripheral registers (like PER files in Lauterbach)? Or am I missing something and this already exists somehow? Best regards, Torsten.

  • Quote from markus_rudolf: “Maybe think about converting the onboard ST-Link to an "official" JLINK segger.com/jlink-st-link.html and save the hazzle with the external one.” Thanks for this hint, I bought another STm32F4 Discovery board and tried the description on the page above. All works fine, much less wiring now. Best regards Torsten

  • Ozone, loading a project

    tmohr - - General

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    That is not 100% correct. Sorry if i was imprecise. Yes, reloading means saving a project, quitting and loading the project on the next start. Let me describe my steps: 1. set up a project, do some settings, debug (this gives ozone_normal.png) 2. then save the project as jlink.jdebug. 3. quit Ozone 4. restart Ozone 5. load jlink.jdebug (this gives ozone_reload.png) => the sources are not displayed. So I think something is either not saved or not updated after loading a *.jdebug project. Best reg…

  • Ozone, loading a project

    tmohr - - General

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    Hello, first let me say that I'm quite glad with Ozone, to have a working debugger on Linux. When working with it on an existing project I get the screenshot as attached during debugging (ozone_normal.png). When I reload the project and flash it into the target then I would expect to also see the same sources displayed, but the code is not displayed at all (ozone_reload.png). I would expect to see the sources displayed even directly after loading the project. But after flashing the code into the…

  • Hello, I refer to AN00021 on how to connect J-Link to an STM32F4 Discovery. It did not work for me and according to this description the solder bridges SB11 and SB12 also need to be removed: st.com/content/ccc/resource/te…lations/en.DM00039084.pdf I thought you may want to add this in there. Only after this change I could connect to my STM32F407. Maybe I missed this point somewhere? Best regards Torsten

  • Thanks for your hint, now the power is on. I have read the manuals before thoroughly but missed that point. Thanks, Torsten

  • Ozone,

    tmohr - - General

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    Hello, I use Ozone (x64) on Linux, version is 2.20g, compiled on 2016-10-05. As target Device i chose STM32F407IE, target interface SWD, speed 1 MHz. When I press "Finish" in this dialog then I see in the console window: p, li { white-space: pre-wrap; } J-Link software found at: Project.SetDevice ("STM32F407IE"); Project.SetHostIF ("USB", ""); Project.SetTargetIF ("SWD"); Project.SetTIFSpeed ("1 MHz"); Project.AddSvdFile ("Cortex-M4.svd"); Project.AddSvdFile ("Cortex-M4.svd"): invalid filename I…

  • Hello, I'm unsure, I already sent one J-Link back as the 5V Supply seems dead, it does not supply 5V. I try to power an STM32F4 Discovery with it and double-double-checked the wiring already. I expected that there would be 5V available when I plug in the J-Link (measured between pin 4 and pin 19). I don't think the wiring is incorrect as when I externally power the Discovery board I can read a valid VTref on pin 1: SEGGER J-Link Commander V6.10c (Compiled Sep 28 2016 18:30:32) DLL version V6.10c…

  • J-Link, 5V Supply

    tmohr - - SEGGER Embedded Studio related

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    Hello, I'm unsure, I already sent one J-Link back as the 5V Supply seems dead, it does not supply 5V. I try to power an STM32F4 Discovery with it and double-double-checked the wiring already. I expected that there would be 5V available when I plug in the J-Link (measured between pin 4 and pin 19). I don't think the wiring is incorrect as when I externally power the Discovery board I can read a valid VTref on pin 1: SEGGER J-Link Commander V6.10c (Compiled Sep 28 2016 18:30:32) DLL version V6.10c…

  • Hello Johannes, Thanks for your help. I'll attach the output of the Help report to this Message. My System is basically OpenSuse 42.1 with some media extensions from Pacman: tmohr@schleim:/tmp> cat /etc/os-release NAME="openSUSE Leap" VERSION="42.1" VERSION_ID="42.1" PRETTY_NAME="openSUSE Leap 42.1 (x86_64)" ID=opensuse ANSI_COLOR="0;32" CPE_NAME="cpe:/o:opensuse:opensuse:42.1" BUG_REPORT_URL="https://bugs.opensuse.org" HOME_URL="https://opensuse.org/" ID_LIKE="suse" I guess you may be intereste…

  • Hello, I just downloaded and installed SES 3.10d for Linux: Release 3.10d Build 2016092700.29750 Linux x64 When I open it, it loads a default project and displays the source as in the attached screenshot. This seems like a bug to me. Is there any setting where I can influence how the code is displayed? Is the behavior known and already fixed somewhere? Can I report this somewhere? I only use the EDU version. But I guess the guys at Segger are interested in this. Thanks for any hints, Torsten