J-Link Remote Server on Raspberry-Pi ?

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    • J-Link Remote Server on Raspberry-Pi ?

      Can the J-Link Remote Server run on a Raspberry-Pi ?

      And, if so, what are the requirements? and where can I find instructions?

      My main development machine is Windows-7, but I want to be able to debug my Target when it is far, far away (it's a radio device; I'm doing range testing).

      Something like this:

      Brainfuck Source Code

      1. _______
      2. +-------------+ ( ) +-----------+ +-------+ +--------+
      3. | Development | ( ) | Raspberry | | | | |
      4. | Host +<------->( Network )<------->+ Pi +<--->+ JLink +<===>+ Target |
      5. | (Win7) | ( (LAN) ) | (server) | | | | |
      6. +-------------+ (_______) +-----------+ +-------+ +--------+
      7. <...........................>
      8. far, far away
    • Hello,

      Thank you for your inquiry.
      Generally such a setup is possible. However due to the limited functionality of ARM based Linux targets like the Raspberry-PI platforms the ARM software package from us comes without further support (see attached picture from our download page).
      The software package can be downloaded here: segger.com/downloads/jlink/JLink_Linux_arm.tgz

      Setup instructions should be comparable to a native Linux system which is explained in the J-Link user guide UM08001.

      Best regards,
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