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    Replied to the thread JLinkExe v6.96 and -nogui.

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    Because J-Link might be used in environments like Eclipse where we have zero control about where our standard output ends up and if where is any stdin at all. BR Alex
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    Replied to the thread GDB Waiting for connection ....

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    What you have sent is not the output of GDB but GDBServer. GDB: GNU debugger. 3rd party command line debugger. GDB remote protocol: Generic protocol used by GDB to communicate with a GDBServer. GDBServer: Translates from GBD remote protocol to vendor…
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    Replied to the thread JTRST or NRST ?.

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    TRST: Test reset signal to reset the TAP controller and/or debug logic. J-Link does not really use this signal. nRESET / NRST: Reset pin of MCU. May be used on STM32 MCUs to do a connect under reset. TRST is not a replacement for NRST.
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    Replied to the thread Automatic unsecure on Linux.

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    Just to make sure that we are on the same page: It was NOT a bug so there was no fix for it. It was an inconvenience (for very few customers) but a known design decision. If you have a headless system, you still won’t see any dialog boxes. However,…
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    Replied to the thread [SOLVED] RP2040 Support.

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    I learned today that QSPI support was not added yet but I discussed with my colleague that he will work on it this week. If everything works flawlessly, it should be available in a beta version by the end of the week. BR Alex
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    Replied to the thread Abstract Commands - Access Memory (RISCV) with JLink.

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    Hi, While I understand your point, I hope that you understand ours as well: We can only list as supported what we can maintain in-house. This means we need to have permanent access to a HW that supports it. I will check with the RISC-V vendors we…
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    Replied to the thread [SOLVED] RP2040 Support.

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    Hi, To the best of my knowledge, flash programming was supported together with generic debug support for the device. BR Alex
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    Replied to the thread [SOLVED] RP2040 Support.

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    EDU Mini: SWD multi-drop will be supported in today's release (V6.96). Planned to be available in about 4-6 hours from now. BR Alex
  • You also need to distinguish C-level stepping and assembly single stepping. While a single step on assembler level have interrupts disabled, a C-level step (step over, step-into, ...) has interrupts enabled. For assembly step-over operations, interrupts…
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    Replied to the thread [SOLVED] RP2040 Support.

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    @n1kt0: For the EDU Mini it is a bug that will be corrected. It is still under maintenance and shall support the RP2040. @misha: You misunderstood me. I never wrote that the V4 do not support multi-drop. But just because they do, does not mean that they…
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    Replied to the thread [SOLVED] is RTT supported in ARM Cortex-A53 processors?.

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    Hi, Cortex-R5, in case your chip provides an AHB-AP, will work. If you are using a TI big endian Cortex-R5 device, additional steps need to be taken. BR Alex
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    Replied to the thread Abstract Commands - Access Memory (RISCV) with JLink.

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    Hello Mario, Can you provide a bitstream for an affordable FPGA board? (E.g. an ARTY board) So far, we did not have such a setup/implementation available on our desks, so it has not been implemented yet. The frustrating thing about the spec. is that…
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    Replied to the thread [SOLVED] is RTT supported in ARM Cortex-A53 processors?.

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    Has a fair chance to work. However we do not guarantee it, as it has not been tested. BR Alex
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    Replied to the thread [SOLVED] RP2040 Support.

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    Hi, (EDU Mini V1) => Need to check that internally. Not sure about multi-drop being supported. EDU / BASE / PLUS V11 ULTRA+ / PRO V5 J-Trace PRO Cortex / CortexM V2 Everything else is out of support and not guaranteed to work. BR Alex
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    Replied to the thread [SOLVED] J-Link firmware upgrade fails every time when run from Ozone.

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    Hi, the FW update is independent from the IDE / debug environment you are using. Before an FW update is released, it goes through an internal test that it updates to that version correctly and it is also verified that a forced downgrade is still…
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    Replied to the thread CPU could not be halted - Cortex-M33 (SEGGER J-Link EDU V10.10).

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    Almost all NXP devices nowadays need special connect and reset sequences. For this, J-Link needs to know the exact device. You selected generic “Cortex-M33” which is most probably not sufficient here. Flash programming / erasing of course will also…
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    Replied to the thread [SOLVED] presumption of breakpoints with RISC-V?.

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    Thanks for the confirmation. Good to hear that you are up and running. We will consider these threads as closed. BR Alex
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    Replied to the thread ChanginG BMI of XMC1400 from ASC BSL to SWD0.

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    Hi, a new J-Link comes with support. We are currently in the process to define more precisely with how much support etc. BR Alex
  • You have the possibility to downgrade (see UM08001 which explains how to do it). However, in your case, it looks like something inhibits further FW replacement (no matter if a new or an old FW shall be flashed). So even your “recommendation for the…
  • Is it possible that WFI / WFE low power modes are used while using the motor? If you can provide a sample project that runs on an eval board, we can have a quick look. BR Alex