Changes between Version 10 and Version 11 of jtag_instructions


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Timestamp:
08/09/2018 08:18:25 PM (14 months ago)
Author:
Tim Harvey
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move pre-built images from svn.gateworks.com to dev.gateworks.com

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    1212References:
    1313 * [http://shop.gateworks.com/index.php?act=viewProd&productId=56 GW16042 on Gateworks on-line store]
    14  * [http://svn.gateworks.com/jtag/ Gateworks JTAG Utilities]
     14 * [http://dev.gateworks.com/jtag/ Gateworks JTAG Utilities]
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    1616
    1717== JTAG Executables ==
    18 The latest Gateworks JTAG Utilities are found [http://svn.gateworks.com/jtag/ here]
     18The latest Gateworks JTAG Utilities are found [http://dev.gateworks.com/jtag/ here]
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    5656 * Please email support @ gateworks.com with any other questions
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    58 The most recent version '''jtag_usbv4''' supports all Gateworks product families and can be downloaded [http://svn.gateworks.com/jtag/ here]
     58The most recent version '''jtag_usbv4''' supports all Gateworks product families and can be downloaded [http://dev.gateworks.com/jtag/ here]
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    6060The GW16042 JTAG dongle uses a FTDI FT2232C Dual USB-UART/FIFO chip and when enumerated on the USB bus will show as:
     
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    7878References:
    79  * Latest Linux x86 jtag_usb download: http://svn.gateworks.com/jtag/linux/x86/
     79 * Latest Linux x86 jtag_usb download: http://dev.gateworks.com/jtag/linux/x86/
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    207207[=#ventana-images]
    208208=== Creating jtagable images for Ventana ===
    209 In order to create a jtagable image for our Ventana family line, you can use our [http://svn.gateworks.com/ventana/images/mkimage_jtag mkimage_jtag] script which can be downloaded [http://svn.gateworks.com/ventana/images/mkimage_jtag here]. (You may need to chmod the mkimage_jtag script to make executable. Be sure it does not have any extension such as txt) The usage varies, depending on typical use cases. For example, you can create jtagable images that only update the bootloader without erasing all of NAND. You can also create jtagable images with both the bootloader and a ubi image which will erase all of nand. Below are several examples on how to use this script. Also note that the script outputs to std out, so in the examples below, we redirect it to a file.
     209In order to create a jtagable image for our Ventana family line, you can use our [http://dev.gateworks.com/ventana/images/mkimage_jtag mkimage_jtag] script which can be downloaded [http://dev.gateworks.com/ventana/images/mkimage_jtag here]. (You may need to chmod the mkimage_jtag script to make executable. Be sure it does not have any extension such as txt) The usage varies, depending on typical use cases. For example, you can create jtagable images that only update the bootloader without erasing all of NAND. You can also create jtagable images with both the bootloader and a ubi image which will erase all of nand. Below are several examples on how to use this script. Also note that the script outputs to std out, so in the examples below, we redirect it to a file.
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    211211Necessary files:
     
    278278=== Installing the Drivers for Windows ===
    279279
    280 1. Download and run the file CDM20814_Setup.exe on to your windows machine ([http://svn.gateworks.com/jtag/ Download JTAG Executables]). A window should open and close on its own:
     2801. Download and run the file CDM20814_Setup.exe on to your windows machine ([http://dev.gateworks.com/jtag/ Download JTAG Executables]). A window should open and close on its own:
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