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Oh no! Some styles failed to load. Sign Up No, Thank you. Thanks for helping keep SourceForge clean. X You seem to have CSS turned off. Briefly describe the problem required :. Upload screenshot of ad required :. Thought I'm not sure quite what you mean by "Similar". Don't the Sitara chips run at 3V3 not 1V8?
That may have been a rumor; I've not tracked such. Not without a level shifter, like the one which I used to debug beagle with Olimex-Tiny. More convenient, doubtless, to use a JTAG that has a built in level shifter. That's why folk talk FlySwatter so often with respect to Beagle. I'm struggling to see how to get it working even slightly.
Firas Achkar mentioned trying this on the urbetter board which I think is actually the original ODroid a month ago, as did Matt Hsu in November But trying the latest openocd's autoprobe as David Brownell suggested then didn't seem to produce anything so revealing as an ID code. Stepping through every occurrence of JTAG also revealed nothing useful. Any suggestions? Nick Pelling Austin sp I imagine the problem is voltage, actually. On Hi everyone, Ah, I should have added that voltage was the very first thing I checked.
Hence I'm pretty convinced that this S5PC board is connected and functioning properly, but am struggling for ideas as to how best to start constructing a suitable target cfg file for it. I've asked Samsung for documentation listing all its JTAG codes, but that may take some time to arrive.
Any other suggestions? There's nothing particularly surprising in there, apart from some JTAG boundary constraints which I suspect really ought to have been included in the User Manual.
Samsung S5PC100 details with a list of devices based on chipset
CONFIG_SERIAL_S5PC100: Samsung S5PC100 Serial port support
CONFIG_ARCH_S5PC100: Samsung S5PC100