OPENJTAG dongle debugger for Beagle board

For these who look for JTAG debugger, I think this is low cost one you
can try, see diy.hodgen-usa.com

cqmci wrote:

For these who look for JTAG debugger, I think this is low cost one you
can try, see diy.hodgen-usa.com

Do you mean

http://diy.hodgen-usa.com/jtag.html

for $169.00?

Which software does it use?

Do you know

http://elinux.org/BeagleBoardJTAG#TinCanTools_Flyswatter

? It's $ ~70.00 (Flyswatter + Beagle adapter).

Best regards

Dirk

I validated XDS 100 V2 yesterday, it seem to be working good on ARM
Cortex A8 (Beagle) and ARM9 (hawkboard) and it works for DSP
(floating and fixed point) as well.

I think this will be best bet from my side, it runs with CCS V4, it
looks very decent. I heard TI partners were already working on volume
production. Will update when I get more details on the same.

Regards,
Khasim

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Subject: [beagleboard] Re: OPENJTAG dongle debugger for Beagle board

cqmci wrote:
> For these who look for JTAG debugger, I think this is low cost one you
> can try, see diy.hodgen-usa.com

Do you mean

http://diy.hodgen-usa.com/jtag.html

for $169.00?

Which software does it use?

Do you know

BeagleBoardJTAG - eLinux.org

? It's $ ~70.00 (Flyswatter + Beagle adapter).

What about this one

TI are adding support to CCSV4 for this device and will support OMAP35xx
family.

Segger JTag device IMO is much better. The supporting software
is more complete than OpenOCD and it supports a much faster JTag
clock than most of the OpenOCD supported devices.. and if you
quailify for the Non Commercial license, it is very price competitive.
http://www.segger.com/cms/j-link-arm-for-non-commercial-use.html