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Sicherheitsklauseln kann es so gesehen auch > nicht gehen, davon wird sich doch sowieso distanziert (Verwendung auf > eigene Gefahr). November 11, 2015 at 23:43 #7194 freeckParticipant The driver installation problem seems to be solved. I think macro GDBSTUB_BREAK_ON_INIT=1 should not be included in esp8266.mak for any new project….but in debug.mak, not? Additionally, you need the " A" appended on Windows, because that's how the Windows driver detects the difference between channel A (the one that does JTAG) and channel B (limited to

Here's a link: to my blog explaining how to do this. Could you please share your code & your experiences with the community? « Last Edit: June 07, 2013, 02:46:56 PM by volkan-k » Logged Print Pages: [1] « previous next » Privacy policy About TinCanTools Disclaimers OpenOCD Troubleshooting: Unable to Fetch Product Description From TinCanTools Jump to: navigation, search You run OpenOCD on Ubuntu and it cannot communicate with your FTDI drivers. Bei der Abarbeitung der Konfiguration > steigt OpenOCD mit folgender Fehlermeldung aus: > "Error: unable to open ftdi device: device not found" Was passiert wenn openocd mit -d3 (erweiterte Ausgaben gestartet) you can try this out


So obviously the programmes have not started. The FT2232 is used in many devices, all of which would need a WIN+FTD2XX and a *NIX+libftdi (I've got to think a bit more if there are differences between *nix+libftdi and the hardware id of device-managers shows up as: USB\VID_0403&PID_6010 I have downloaded openOCD 0.6.1 with both 32 & 64 bit binaries and ti_beaglebone.cfg script and the VID PID matches as above. If the LED does not blink (but blinks when you are using the GDB stub), something about the images is corrupt and the next step would be to compare the images

So no driver and connection issues. It appears that it is not important.Type:./configure --enable-maintainer-mode --disable-werror --disable-shared --enable-ft2232_ftd2xx --with-ftd2xx-win32-zipdir=/home/openocd/ftd2xxType:make6. Have you tried connecting the reset to pin 3 on your JTAG20 as described in the tutorial? I will try it.Meanwhile another question.

Now, i have just changed the system config files but i dislike doing that. Ftdi Driver If you don't , Win10 generates an error during driver installation. Believe it or keep searching for other non-existent solutions. http://www.tiaowiki.com/forums/index.php?topic=4115.0 So I think I face an option of building the latest OpenOCD with FTDI drivers myself.

A patch that adds some comments would be highly welcomed of course. If you installed ftd2xx driver for a particular device in the past (and you have) than you cannot simply rely on Windows searching libusb-win32 drivers for you. November 13, 2015 at 02:19 #7211 supportKeymaster Hi, OK, then the problem must be elsewhere. So then the config would be something like: ft2232_device_desc "Olimex OpenOCD JTAG TINY" ft2232_device_desc_alias "Olimex OpenOCD JTAG TINY A" Indicating that any of these description names refer to the same device

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Ist schade, da die FTDI-Treiber unter MS-Windows sehr gut funktionieren (daher baue ich mir OpenOCD auch immer noch selbst). Was heisst "stürzt ab"? Openocd SK -- Shakthi Kannan http://www.shakthimaan.com Previous message: mpeg decoder Next message: openocd - unable to open ftdi device: device not found Messages sorted by: [ date ] [ thread ] [ Step 1: Make Sure the Device is Connected Unplug your device, plug it back in, and check the all connections to make sure they are secure.

However I did not have much luck with these.It appears that FTDI driver based build is nearly (see below) impossible to find. You can install it manually using USBDriverTool. LED blinks. http-server example or ledblink (flash versions): Using gdb-stub downloading went OK, I could set a breakpoint and continue execution. Please also note that It may work without A/B. « Last Edit: September 23, 2012, 03:13:00 PM by volkan-k » Logged xyz123 Newly registered Posts: 17 Re: OpenOCD does not recognize

testweise erstmal: openocd -d3 -f interface/jtagkey.cfg -f board/keil_mcb1700.cfg -c init Ausgabe anschauen und gegebenfalls über telnet-interface ein wenig testen (reset, targets etc.) Beitrag melden Bearbeiten Löschen Markierten Text zitieren Antwort Antwort For information on running OpenOCD as root on Ubuntu, see OpenOCD and Permissions. No, thanks SparkFun Electronics Sharing Ingenuity Skip to content Advanced search Board index ‹ Platform Specific ‹ ARM / LPC ‹ OpenOCD Change font size Print view FAQ Register Login Error: Zeichnungen und Screenshots im PNG- oderGIF-Format hochladen.

The only other possibility is that you have a 64-bit system, and solution for that is much harder... Many devices also have LEDs to indicate that they are receiving power. This can be easily checked by pressing the "Break in" button in Visual Studio and examining the call stack.

November 15, 2015 at 16:38 #7227 freeckParticipant Hi there, PROBLEM SOLVED You can disable this by defining GDBSTUB_BREAK_ON_INIT=0 in VisualGDB Project Properties -> Makefile Settings, but this will prevent you from

but for example: > > olimex-jtag-tiny-linux-libusb.cfg > > (3) And of course - cut/paste snippits of Dominic's email into the cfg > file as comment. If you use an OpenOCD build compiled with the libftdi driver library, it exits on startup after printing this error: Error: unable to open ftdi device: unable to fetch product description Additionally you need the device description (or serial number, which takes precedence over description). > (BTW turns out, by looking at the output from the -d option and a > quick Changing GDBSTUB_BREAK_ON_INIT in debug.mak has no effect.

Hier meine OCD-Konfiguration: ####################################### telnet_port 27182 gdb_port 31415 interface ft2232 ft2232_device_desc "Amontec JTAGkey A" ft2232_layout jtagkey ft2232_vid_pid 0x0403 0xcff8 if { [info exists CHIPNAME] } { set _CHIPNAME $CHIPNAME } else I saw the wifi station in the air or the LED blink.  So the application seems to run. Logged xyz123 Newly registered Posts: 17 Re: OpenOCD does not recognize it « Reply #10 on: September 27, 2012, 08:11:53 PM » It does work on XP. Output integers in negative order, increase the maximum integer everytime Are the mountains surrounding Mordor natural?

Bei was? It remains a mystery to me why the jtag-debugging is also held up by gdbstub… This reply was modified 1 year, 1 month ago by freeck. November 11, 2015 at 19:05 #7192 supportKeymaster Hi, If this is a reprogrammed ARM-USB-OCD-H or another device, please use the ST-Util to restore the original VID/PID and specify the OpenOCD script It was done on Windows 7 64-bit.

Text: Mit dem Abschicken bestätigst du, die Nutzungsbedingungen anzuerkennen. There are two kinds of drivers - one from FTDI (TIAO supplied drivers are of this type) and GPL/opensource. This reply was modified 1 year, 1 month ago by freeck. If you have access to your system's root password and wish to allow other users to run OpenOCD without sudo, see Accessing Devices without Sudo.

When I download the code using the esptool the code is also not running….But a gdb-stub status message appears via the serial interface! November 12, 2015 at 03:43 #7196 supportKeymaster Hi, What exactly is happening to the device? Bei der OpenOCD Installation war auch ein Treiber > dabei: "libusb-win32_ft2232_driver". Das ftdi device wird jetzt erkannt.

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Please also ensure that you have a WinUSB-based driver installed. To start Cygwin you just click on the icon. I have set a breakpoint in function user_init() at statement gpio_init(); and downloaded Have halted some time after resetting (no t the same thing!) Info : halted: PC: 0x40002eee Info : debug cause: 0x1 Info : halted: PC: 0x4010013c Info : debug cause: 0x8