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Once you finish that, it should bring you up into your little project: It didn’t link properly. Install CC Studio first! On the mac, it is unbearably slow and I keep thinking that the CC Studio has frozen but I’m hoping this is a weird thing that is happening because I’m running Linux in VMWare on my Mac instead of running it natively. There is no Mac version so I am stuck. It’s pretty cool; you can check out all of the registers as you single step, either by assembly instruction or by C statement. Ultimately, it should say that it successfully initialized the BBB and the dialog box will say that it is loading your program onto the BBB:

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I installed the new version of Linux in a new VMware but the same thing happened. If you immediately hit the debug button the little bugit will bring up a dialog box giving you a choice.

Once you finish that, it should bring you up into your little project: On the mac, it is unbearably slow and I keep thinking that the CC Studio has frozen but I’m hoping this is a weird thing that is happening because I’m running Linux in VMWare on my Mac instead of running it natively.

Ultimately, it should say that it successfully initialized the BBB and the dialog box will say that it is loading your program onto the BBB:. And this lasts maybe 20 seconds. Samtec part number FTRG 20 pin male connector, surface mountwhich looks like this once you get it soldered onto the bottom of the board: It’s pretty cool; you can check out all of the registers as you single step, either by assembly instruction or by C statement. I think it’s effectively a little serial bus that weaves around to the various components on the chip and then makes that available to devices like TI’s “Blackhawk” JTAG Emulator.

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Click on the Verify button and you should see blackjawk like this dialogue if you scroll all the way to the bottom of it: The device boots into Debian Linux automatically but if you want to program down on the bare metal, you have to flash an image onto an SD card on your PC then put it into the BBB.

I installed everything on a Windows machine next-door and it is not slow at all. JTAG is the answer to that. Keep holding the S2 down for a few seconds after clicking the power button. After another 20 seconds, it will take you to a breakpoint at the start of your main program: I never try that out because it sounds like an incredible pain.

Because of all of these system-on-a-chips like the Sitara on the BBB, there are literally no physical pins that you can connect to to ask what’s on the bus and what’s in the registers and so on. Debugging from a Mac slow [updated next day] On the mac, it is unbearably slow and I keep thinking that the CC Studio has frozen but I’m hoping this is a weird thing that is happening because I’m running Linux in VMWare on my Mac instead of running it natively. This means you should be ready to try out a simple program.

Ultimately, it should say that it successfully initialized the BBB and the dialog box will say that it is loading your program onto the BBB: At the very least it’s a good way to show people hardware in action even if it’s painful. When you get that bad boy connected, your rig looks like the following: Samtec part number FTRG 20 pin male connector, surface mountwhich looks like this once you get it soldered onto the bottom of the board:.

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Previously it looked like you needed to worry about these things called. I single step machine instruction to instruction without delay.

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It turns out that there’s just something about using CC Studio from a linux VMWare image that just doesn’t work right. To actually install i.

Also, if I want to just play around with ARM assembly code I can do that by booting in Linux and ssh’ing onto the blackuawk. Click on the Verify button and you should see something like this dialogue if you scroll all the way to the bottom of it:.

There is no Mac version so I am stuck. Menu Close Home Subscribe. Follow the instructions you get with the JTAG emulator. Now you can power up your BBB but, since you are going to program on the bare metal with this, you need to avoid booting the BBB in Linux.

It didn’t link properly. I bought a complete adapter kit from tin can tools but it turns out all I needed was the JTAG header: Install CC Studio first!