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If you do this, please post another comment with a link to the forum thread. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. We have not tried using the JLink debuggers. I am trying to flash Imote2 using a Olimex-arm-usb-tiny-h programmer. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Going back as far as OpenOCD 0.
I decided to post what I have in case it helps anyone out. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Avoid floating inputs, conflicting outputs and initially opneocd reset signals. Filed under Embedded Tagged with jtagolimexopenocd. Unfortunately, when I try to flash the chip using telnet I get the following error: You are commenting using your WordPress.
This rule assigns the device to the plugdev group — which was introduced in Linux for hot-pluggable devices — and then gives the group read and write access.
I googled around and the only suggestion I could find is to disconnect the mini usb and try again, which doesnt fix my issue Thanks a lot. January 26, at Hi Andre Your blog was really helpful. It is checking the three least-significant digits of the device ID, which are olimdx in your case. Categories Computer Electronics Embedded.
The version distributed with my programmer was 0. What adapter did the team test with? Try this and see if it helps identify the cause. This is the command I used for openocd: Try upgrading to the latest version of OpenOCD, and it should resolve your issue. Now Ubuntu should recognize the programmer when it is plugged in.
I was ablt to install openocd using sudo apt-get install on my Ubuntu Should I be able to use a standard jlink adapter? December 12, at You are commenting using your Facebook account.
I would suggest you post this on an OpenOCD forum e. I am using the programmer with OpenOCD.
Presumably there will be a breakout board on the HiFive1, but will the pins be specified as well in upcoming documentation? No, I am sorry, but I am not sure what the issue is. Do you have any suggestions.
Unfortunately, when I try to flash the chip using telnet I get the following error:. Therefore, we need to set up a udev rule to change the permissions.
I had some old instructions I wrote up, which I updated to work tjag