i use the SEED-XDS560PLUS emulator to connect my OMAP-L138EVM, but it always give this tips below:
the figure below is the box
i only set the ARM9 GEL file as i heard that it has sequence in debug OMAP-L138, which is load the ARM GEL file first and then load the DSP GEL file .
initially, the OMAP-L138 has the onboard emulator(XDS100v1), but i not use it . i use the off-board emulator(SEED-XDS560PLUS), and use the project of "evmomapl138_test_LED_DIP" which is come from the SD card in OMAP-L138EVM. i can debug and run the project by the onboard emulator, but it can't connect by the SEED-XDS560PLUS emulator, does any one meet this problem?
The first thing to try is to test your JTAG connection outside CCS. If SEED comes with some utility, you can use that. You can also use the dbgjtag utility that comes with CCS to test your connection:
If these tests also fail, then it is not a CCS issue but some issue related to your target or emulator (or both).
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thank you ki
i have got the answer, the "TMS/TDO output timing" in the connecting properties should set to "falling edge is JTAG standard"
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