It seems to be ok on my rev D EVM but is still broken on my custom hardware.
6.12.04 worked on both EVM and my hardware.
6.13.00 did not work on EVM or custom hardware
6.14.00 works on EVM but broken on custom hardware.
There may very well be some hardware dependice but I can't figure it out. I tried to narrow it down but so many file were changed in this last release it makes it very difficult.
I am working with three different custom designs that all have slightly different hardware configurations. All worked (USB RNDIS) under 6.12.04, none work under 6.14 so far.
I am testing with a "small footprint" OSdesign so there should be minimal hardware dependices.
I would very much like to know if you find anything out.
It doesn't seem to be hardware related as 6.12.04 worked fine on all boards. 6.14 does not work.
It does download and even connects fine but crashes as soon as kd.dll is loaded. I assume this is the kernel level kitl debugger.
The Ethernet KITL debugger also works just fine, unfortuneatly one platform does not have Ethernet.
The changes in both BSP 6.13 and BSP 6.14 were primarily related to power management. The functionality was verified by bSquare on the EVM Rev G. Not sure why this would not work on your custom hardware. (also without a way to reproduce it on the EVM it would be difficult to make progress on this). Does the diff between 6.12.04 and 6.14 give you any pointers? As you pointed out most folks using EVM use ethernet KITL and USB KITL is rarely used.
Except on BeagleBoard which only has USB.
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