> > That's a wise question. There are valuable
stand-alone utilities (i.e.
> > separate from CCS) that make it easier to
> > debug driver, port conflict, or other basic install/OS issues. One is
> > SDConfig and the other xdsprobe.
> > However, SDConfig is intended for use with Spectrum Digital's "general
> > purpose" emulators (XDS510PP, XDS510 USB,
> > XDS560, etc) that can be used with any target DSP board. In your case,
> > have a DSK board, which has
> > self-contained, embedded emulation circuitry, and I don't think SDConfig
> > will work.
> If I remember right the on-board emulation on DSKs are XDS510 class.
> Wont that help SDConfig?
> I have not tried it, but just wondering.
I remember that older DSKs -- ones with basic emulation circuitry but without
"obfuscation brick" that doesn't show on the schematics of newer DSK boards --
pass SDConfig, for example 6711, 5402, etc. But newer DSK boards, I'm not sure.
SDConfig would need to know something about the Area 51 circuitry on these
knowledge beyond the typical XDS510 class emulator -- to make emulation work
embedded USB port.
My guess is that Mike can say which DSK boards SDConfig can be used with.
> > Maybe there are other stand-alone utilities that
can be used to debug DSK
> > board emulation issues... this I'm not sure
> > of, as I haven't used a DSK board with the embedded emulation circuitry
> > some time. Hopefully someone else can
> > comment on good ways to debug DSK board emulation/JTAG issues.
> > -Jeff
Re: Re: TMS3206713 DSK issue
Started by ●November 26, 2008