[LinuxBIOS] development board
tsylla at gmail.com
Sun Dec 10 17:44:44 CET 2006
Peter Stuge wrote:
> On Sat, Dec 09, 2006 at 02:04:59PM -0800, Tyler Pohl wrote:
>> I am looking to buy what ever it is I need so I can just step through
>> LinuxBios code on a separate machine. For example I have a 8051 micro
>> controller board and I can download code to its flash via serial and
>> step through the code one line at a time. Is there anything out
>> there so I can do this with LinuxBios?
> Sure, but I guess an ICE/ICD (In-Circuit-Emulator/Debugger) for a
> modern CPU will cost a couple of hundred thousand dollars.
For a modern processor, "ICE" means something different than what you
are thinking of. NO one debugs with a true "ICE" any more, everyone uses
JTAG. JTAG debuggers are cheaper now:
is a commercial product that works with K8 series processors. It is $750.
You can see the coverage map at:
American Arium also sells ITP for lots of processors:
They don't have quotes on their website, but you can probably get one
for a couple of thousand dollars.
FS2 is the JTAG ICE supplier for Geode GX and LX, it is available for a
Adding to Ron's homebrew stuff:
is a $35 board that very easily talks JTAG from USB.
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