Hello, I am creating this forum post because I can't seem to find a place to submit a bug report to Intel. I hope that this will help anyone else who runs into the same problem.
The debugger that comes with intel studio 2016 has an error in the debuggervars.sh script found in
At xdb prompt I type "efi" and see many commands, including EFI "LOADMODFROMMAP %s %s"
This command, and probably others, isn't listed in Debugger Help => Help Contents.
Request: please scrub all Help documentation to ensure it is in sync with the app's help output.
I am using a derivative of QuarkBSP on my GalileoGen2 board, a Flyswatter2 debugger, and OpenOCD 0.9.0 and Intel System Studio 2015 for Windows. OpenOCD is running and ISS connects to the GalileoGen2, but I can't figure out how to get my firmware symbols loaded. Does anyone have advice?
I have experienced a rather counter productive bug in parallel studio over the last few months ...
I use the latest version of the Fortran compiler and debugger in parallel studio with visual studio 2012 on windows 2008 r2.
I am currently trying to debug a native Xeon Phi application using Intel Composer XE 2015 and eclipse. The Xeon Phi is installed on a remote server that I can ssh to through an intermediate server.
We recently started using the Intel JTAG XDP probe with Atom E38xx processors using Coreboot and the Intel FSP. On a BakerSport board the probe connects OK, but on our new board with an E3845 processor we get the following error message:
JTAG connection was established but the target appears to have security-restricted JTAG. Please try disabling JTAG security in the platform firmware.
Searching the Intel docs and this forum haven't helped us figure out how to resolve this. All I found was in the JTAG debugger release notes:
Intel® Parallel Studio XE 2015 Update 4 Composer Edition for Windows* includes Intel's latest Fortran and C/C++ compilers and performance libraries for IA-32 and Intel® 64 architecture systems.
I am new to gdb-ia, wonder if there is reference about how to use it for Fortran in Mac?