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= '''What is JTAG?''' =
= '''What is JTAG?''' =
= '''Why JTAG?''' =


If you are designing a new hardware and you are interested in supporting LinuxBIOS, you should make a JTAG port available and select chips which allow programming via JTAG.
If you are designing a new hardware and you are interested in supporting LinuxBIOS, you should make a JTAG port available and select chips which allow programming via JTAG.
= '''How can I connect to a JTAG port from Linux?''' =
= '''External JTAG Links''' =


* [http://www.intel.com/design/flcomp/applnots/29218602.PDF Intel's JTAG Guide]
* [http://www.intel.com/design/flcomp/applnots/29218602.PDF Intel's JTAG Guide]
* [http://ebsp.sourceforge.net/source/description.html The Experimental Boundary Scan project]
* [http://ebsp.sourceforge.net/source/description.html The Experimental Boundary Scan project]

Revision as of 23:52, 28 July 2005

This document is a work in progress.

What is JTAG?

Why JTAG?

If you are designing a new hardware and you are interested in supporting LinuxBIOS, you should make a JTAG port available and select chips which allow programming via JTAG.

How can I connect to a JTAG port from Linux?

External JTAG Links