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The topics may range from GDB*, Intel JTAG Debugger, Intel Debugger, Intel Parallel Debugger Extension, and Intel Fortran Expression Evaluation to Debug Methodologies, and Tips and Tricks.

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  • Can't debug Atom E3845 due to JTAG security

    Hello,

    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:

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  • third party integration with Intel JTag debugger

    Hi All

     

        I have a debug software that want to integrate with Intel JTag debugger. Can I send command to it and control it to do these actions:

    a) add/delete breakpoint base on physical address / virtual address

    b) set/get value from memory base on physical address / virtual address

    c) pause/continue <— I can send a pause command to JTag debugger so that i can pause the atom dev board

    d) get/set all registers

    e) single step the atom

     

     

    Thanks Peter

    Debugger can't see values of allocatable array located in array of derived types

    Dear experts,

    I'm developing a code and I have problems with the debugger. I have created a simple test example (attached) to illustrate the issue. 

    I have a module/class that contains a derived type (doe) the derived type contains an allocatable array (x) that is allocated when the instance of the "class" is constructed. In my main program I declare an allocatable array of instances of the doe class. I allocate a number (in this case 2) instances of the doe class in the array doe1. This all works fine.

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