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I've been trying to connect my XDS560v2 STM over USB to CSS5 for last 2 days. I always get "Error initializing emulator" error message . Here is my configuration
OS: Linux Ubuntu Ubuntu 10.04.1 LTS with the latest updates
HW: Spectrum Digital XDS560v2 STM rev. C
CSS5: Version: N201009210900 (from setup_CCS_5.0.0.00072.tar.gz) -- Installed as ROOT
installation detailes (from help->about)
Analysis Framework 184.108.40.206009171349 com.ti.dvt.analysis.feature.group CCStudio p2 Tool Feature 220.127.116.11009210900 com.ti.ccstudio.p2tool.feature.group Code Composer Studio Base Components 18.104.22.168 com.ti.ccstudio.base.feature.group Code Composer Studio IDE Main Feature 22.214.171.124009210900 com.ti.ccstudio.idemain.feature.group Code Composer Studio IDE Workflow 126.96.36.199009210900 com.ti.ccstudio.workflow.feature.group Eclipse C/C++ GDB Hardware Debugging 188.8.131.52004122255 org.eclipse.cdt.debug.gdbjtag.feature.group Eclipse IDE for C/C++ Developers 184.108.40.20600617-0520 epp.package.cpp Graph Visualization 220.127.116.11009171349 com.ti.dvt.graph.visualization.feature.group Image Analyzer 18.104.22.168009171349 com.ti.dvt.via.ccs.feature.group
OMAP 3630 custom board with JTAG ARM 20 connector
I can see the emulator with lsusb
Bus 001 Device 002: ID 0c55:0562 Spectrum Digital, Inc.
I have checked that /etc/udev/rules.d/71-sd-permissions.rules exists and has corect contents
The debug server is running
mishmash 2420 0.0 0.0 3400 1412 ? S 15:20 0:00 /usr/local/CCSv5_1/ccsv5/ccs_base_5.0.0.00072/common/uscif/sd560v2u_server -n0
Could you try running SD diagnostic utility as described in this thread? specifically comment from "Posted by Andy replied on Tue, Oct 12 2010 2:37 PM"
In reply to MartinS:
Do you mean
> cd <ccsv5_install_dir>/ccsv5/ccs_base_5.0.0.xxxxx/common/uscif > ../../../eclipse/jre/bin/java -jar sd560v2config.jar
There is no such JAR file anywhere under <ccv5_install_dir> folder. (And it is said also in the thread you mentioned, so I think is is missing in this installation package)
In reply to Michael Malyshev:
Sorry about that. Newer version that I have installed has this utility. Could you check whether folder mentioned below has write permissions. Linux setup instructions were recently updated with text below.
The <install_dir>/ccsv5/ccs_base_5.0.0.000xx/emulation/drivers folder myst be writable for this version. "cd" to this folder and make the folder writeable (sudo chmod og+w . ). If the folder is not writable, XDS560 connection types will not function.
Thanks! It helped a lot!
Upcoming version of CCS package will have this resolved.
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