I tried to debug the tcpecho example project on DK-TM129X on TI-RTOS, but it gave me "
Invalid CIO command (0). Memory map prevented reading 0x2000E7D8" error when I tried to run it.
The project that I load was : tcpEcho_TivaTM4C129XNCZAD .
And based on the debugging that I have done, seems like it is due to the system_printf call...(after executing system_flush())
But, If I tried other project, for example gpio_interrupt project , everything worked fine. The system_printf run fine too !
Do I need to set something to make the udpecho project work ?
The same error happened on tcpecho project as well.
Which product versions are you using?
In reply to Emmanuel Trinidad - Alicea:
I use CCS version 6, TI compiler.
--xdcpath="C:/ti/tirtos_tivac_2_00_01_23/packages;C:/ti/tirtos_tivac_2_00_01_23/products/bios_6_40_01_15/packages;C:/ti/tirtos_tivac_2_00_01_23/products/ndk_2_23_01_01/packages;C:/ti/tirtos_tivac_2_00_01_23/products/uia_2_00_00_28/packages;C:/ti/ccsv6/ccs_base;" xdc.tools.configuro -o configPkg -t ti.targets.arm.elf.M4F -p ti.platforms.tiva:TM4C129XNCZAD -r release -c "C:/ti/ccsv6/tools/compiler/arm_5.1.5"
In reply to siauhwa ong:
Sorry for the delayed response.
I tried but could not reproduce the issue you have described. Can you please post some screenshots of the error message?
Additionally, since you have mentioned you are using a Tiva device, there is a known issue with Emac reliability. Read and perform the changes in the following wiki page: TI-RTOS TM4C129 Emac Issues.
Here is the screenshot of the error :
Invalid CIO command (0). Memory map prevented reading 0x2000EBD8
It happens when I start the debugging.
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