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  • Hello, Quote from Zeke: “Here are some logs. These are from after I closed Ozone via task manager. ” Thank you for providing the logs. The J-Link log does not seem to be saved correctly. Is Ozone the only tool in this instance that is connected to your J-Link or are there also other tools? You write that this issue appears on your own eval boards. I believe we should have them in our office as they are using J-Link OBs. Could you provide an example project for your boards with reproduction steps…

  • Hi, Thank you for providing the information. Could you send us the J-Link log and Ozone log file for reference? wiki.segger.com/Enable_J-Link_log_file and for Ozone log start Ozone via commandline with parameter -logfile <filepath> Best regards, Nino

  • Hi, Thank you for your inquiry. The behaviour is intended as SystemView V2 was essentially a complete different software than V3. So it is possible that the V2 package will not be detected as a predecessor of V3. But from V3 on the packages should be consistent and upgradable with the rpm packages of newer V3 versions. Best regards, Nino

  • Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. Unlock Kinetis may only work for NXP Kinetis target devices and not the MAC7xxx series. On many legacy ARM7/9 target devices debug interface speeds are not consistent. So it is possible that this target device has such inconsistency when the device is locked. However this is no issue related to J-Link but rather a target specific topic. For more information we recommend contacting the silicon vendor if there is known behavior like this. Best regards, Nino

  • Hi, The Arm debug interface is unfortunately not designed to catch such power on issues directly. So proper debugging as you know it with J-Link usually will not work. The only viable way is to write debug messages or variable values to some buffer on target side that gets written after startup. Then you can attach with J-Link at a later point and read out the data buffer. For a minimal footprint and maximal performance of such implementation we recommend RTT: segger.com/products/debug-prob…abou…

  • Hi, Thank you for your inquiry. We have added this as an improvement to our ToDo. Best regards, Nino

  • Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. We are aware of this issue, however so far no one could provide us with a working reproduction scenario. Could you provide us with reproduction steps that work reliably? What is your debug setup? Which J-Link? What is the target device name? Custom or eval board hardware? Does it appear only with a specific project or with any? Best regards, Nino

  • Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. Which pop-up do you refer to exactly? Could you provide a screenshot of it? What is the J-Link serial number you are currently using? Quote from M0NKA: “Yes, i can use the STLink perfectly, but wanted to see if JLink is suited for ST development, seems bit faster on flashing, also if not mistaken was promising 100 Mbps streaming on the SWO pin, i would love that. ” Depends on the probe you are using but yes one of the biggest benefits of J-Link is that our flas…

  • Hi, Thank you for your inquiry. To our knowledge the only way to disable the EZPort is by pulling the EZP_CS pin high. For information if there is a non-official/undocumented way we recommend contacting the silicon vendor. The inconsistencies in the Wiki article were accidental and should be fixed now. Thank you for pointing them out. Best regards, Nino

  • Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. SystemView PRO may only be used commercially with a PRO license that has to be bought. There are currently also no deals in place with silicon vendors like it e.g. is for Embedded Studio. In the past there were two versions of SystemView. A free version with a limited featureset and the PRO version. This was up until version number V2.52d. So up to V2.52d you may also use the free variant commercially which you can also find in the download section. However sin…

  • Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. The patch files provided with SystemView are only examples and provide a reference for some versions so customers can easily create their own patches. So it is possible that not all of the available FeeRTOS releases will get a patch file that is provided with SystemView. If you have created your own patch file and want to provide it to other users feel free to attach it here in the forum in your post so other community members can access it. Best regards, Nino

  • Hi, Thank you for your inquiry. A generic guide on how to port project from IAR to ES can be found here: wiki.segger.com/Port_Projects_…kbench_to_Embedded_Studio Not all information can be translated from IAR during the import process e.g. some preprocessor options. You can add them manually via Embedded Studio project options under Preprocessor->Preprocessor Definitions Best regards, Nino

  • Hello Darren, Good to hear that you are up and running again. You can find documentation about this here: studio.segger.com/ide_project_macros.htm We will consider this case as closed now. Best regards, Nino

  • Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. Please note that this forum is no support forum. As you are working for one of our silicon vendor partners we recommend to contact us via our support system. For more information see my signature. When opening the inquiry could you also add information on which linker you are using for your setup and what target device. Could you also add an example project for reference that shows the reported behaviour? This thread will be closed now to avoid duplicate inform…

  • Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. The reported behaviour does not seem to be related to issues in SEGGER software. So please understand that we can't put much time into this request as it is user responsibility to debug and write user code. But as a general tip make sure all code optimizations are disabled and make sure that variables are defined in a way that the compiler may not optimize variables away. How to do this can be found in numerous online resources. For debugging this we recommend …

  • Hi, we received your request via our support system in parallel. To avoid duplicate or even lost information between channels this thread will be closed now and continued via our support system. Best regards, Nino

  • Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. You are correct. The stackoffset was not calculated correctly for FPU applications. This will be fixed with the next J-Link software release. Our samples will also be updated accordingly. Sorry for any inconveniences caused. Best regards, Nino

  • Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. Any chip that is supported by J-Link and supports background memory access can be used fully with SystemView: segger.com/downloads/supported-devices.php So yes, the STM32F750N8 is supported. Best regards, Nino

  • Hello Bjoern, Thank you for your inquiry. To pass e.g. versioning information during your build process we recommend using project macros which then can be defined as a preprocessor define: studio.segger.com/ide_project_macros.htm A thread discussing something similar can be found here: [SOLVED] User defined macros expansion To start your builds automatically via command line you can use emBuild: studio.segger.com/emBuild_building_with_a_project_file.htm Best regards, Nino

  • Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. You registered with a J-Link EDU but are using a company email address. Please note that the J-Link EDU may not be used in any commercial context as this would be a license violation and illegal. Could you clarify your situation here, why are you using the EDU model? Could you name your Embedded Studio license number for reference? According to the user manual for the MM32L062NT there is no EEPROM at 0x08006000. Could you clarify which manual for this device yo…