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Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Multithread debugging with chibiOS and openocd

From: Karoly Molnar
Subject: Re: [Paparazzi-devel] Multithread debugging with chibiOS and openocd
Date: Sat, 14 Feb 2015 17:26:36 +0100

Hi Heinrich,

Did you try this:


> Date: Sat, 14 Feb 2015 13:46:04 +0100
> From: address@hidden
> To: address@hidden
> Subject: [Paparazzi-devel] Multithread debugging with chibiOS and openocd
> Hi,
> i am looking for a solution to debug chibios task in the current
> Paparazzi V3.1 Apogee software.
> The following problems occur:
> If the OS is not running i can set breakpoints and go with single step
> line for line.
> After the OS is running i can only notice breakpoints in the main
> function of chibios.
> All the other breakpoints are ignored and the hole paparazzi code is
> running.
> My workbench consist of following tools:
> Ubuntu 12.04 64bit
> eclipse Kepler 32 bit the 64 bit was not running
> amr tools 4.8 q3 2014 V4.9 is not running
> OpenOCD (0.8.0) V0.9. is not runnung
> CDT GNU ARM Eclipse plug in V2.3 has now examples for DiscoveryF4 and
> runs with SWD
> I had same problems with flashing while the STM32Discovery and the
> Ollimex STM32 H405 were powered by the USB connection of my Laptop.
> After using a USB-HUB with separate power (5V 2A) the flashing works fine.
> If any STM32M4 processor has problems i found the following solution:
> Use the orginal ST-LINK2 under Windows,
> Set connect under RESET
> Erase the total Chip
> Erase EPROM
> If you can use debug the Chip with COOCOX, then the chip is working
> wiht Paparazzi (DFU and SWD flashing).
> Go back to Ubuntu
> Regards
> Heinrich
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