I have met a non-sense problem. I have made a program with NDK 1.92 in CCS5.0.3,when in debug mode ,all is ok, if I disconnect the net wire from the RJ45,then connect the RJ45, I can connect the dsp(server) with a pc(client) in VC program.
But when I burn the program to the flash and use the normal bootload mode,I can connect the dsp once.If disconnect the wire and reconnect it,I could never reconnect the dsp with the vc client program.
Is there some difference between the debug mode and the normal mode?Ihave used 6455 from 2007,and use ccs3.2 for about 5 years,I feel the debug mode and the normal working mode is really the same. So I think maybe there is something that I did not know. hex6x.exe alse use the ccs5.
Will sombody give me some advice?Thank you very much.
I have fixed the problem.I changed my dsp program and then get it on.
But things I described above is really happened.I still don't know why.
The problem when disconnect the net wire,then the client on pc can not connect the server dsp had puzzled me for a long time.
At last I have no idea,just read the ndk guide and socket api guide,then I get an idea,and change program from ccs3.2 to ccs5.0.1,and then things seem to be ok.
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