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Debugger doesn't work with ser2enet project
When I open ser2enet project (StellarisWare\boards\rdk-s2e\ser2enet) and press Debug, the program is successfully uploaded to the board, and debugger breaks in the beginning of the program. After pressing Resume button execution continues, but board is not working (cannot connect to it from Ethernet or serial port). If I stop debugging, board is still not working. I need to turn the board off and on, and then it works - I can connect to it from the host both using IP or COM port. So, the burning is OK, and some program initialization code can be debugged. But later debugger and board hang.
Debugger is working successfully with another programs, I have this problem only with ser2enet program.
Board: RDK-S2E (LM3S6432)
Hardware Debugger: Stellaris ICDI (In-Circuit Debug Interface) Code Composer: 5.1.0.09000
Did you ever resolve this issue? I am experiencing the same issue now and just saw your post after posting a similar issue.
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