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[FAQ] TDA4VM: How to debug from Linux command line

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Part Number: TDA4VM

How do I do the following when running Linux:

  1. Read / Write registers
  2. Print/dump processor related information like clocks

  • There is a public tool developed by one of our colleagues https://git.ti.com/cgit/k3conf/k3conf 

    Brief introduction of the tool:

    K3CONF is a Linux user-space standalone application designed to provide a quick'n easy way to dynamically diagnose Texas Instruments' K3 architecture based processors. K3CONF is intended to provide similar experience to that of OMAPCONF that runs on legacy TI platforms.

    **WARNING**: This is work in progress! Don't expect things to be complete in any dimension. Use at your own risk. And keep the reset button in reach.

    There is a README with the details on how to build this.

    After building, you can put the executable "k3conf" in the filesystem and then boot Linux.

    At the prompt you can run:

    ./k3conf --help

    This will list what the tool can do.

    You can dump clocks, do read and writes to registers.

    Regards,

    Karan

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