Debugging sarge with openmoko debug board

Yesterday I had a meeting with my friend Marcin Juszkiewicz (a.k.a Hrw) .

Beign an openmoko developer has many advantages such as access to JTAG debug

board shipped together with Neo1973. Thanks to Marcin’s courtesy I was able to

borrow it for a few days. Using arm-linux-gdb together with OpenOCD debugger

and JTAG debug board I’ll be able to find out why the latest linux kernels won’t boot on Sarge.

OpenMoko debug board:

 

 

Neo1973 debug board

 

For debugging I’m using the Non-Neo1973 JTAG connector.

It’s pinout on the picture below looks similiar to JTAG connectors that

I’ve seen in many electronics diagrams.

JTAG HEADER

One Response to “Debugging sarge with openmoko debug board”

  1. It is good to have friends.

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