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Re: Register definition file for the Broadcom 91250

To: "Steven J. Hill" <sjhill@realitydiluted.com>
Subject: Re: Register definition file for the Broadcom 91250
From: Haitao Zhang <hzhang@ch.mvista.com>
Date: Tue, 26 Jul 2005 03:55:05 +0800
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On 20:23 Fri 22 Jul     , Steven J. Hill wrote:
> Joanne Woo wrote:
> >
> >I'm looking for a register definition file for the Broadcom 91250 for 
> >debugging the kernel using the Abatron BDI2000.    If you know where I 
> >can find it, please let me know.   Thanks.
> >
> There is a site devoted to the BCM1250 chips with regard to Linux and
> NetBSD. It is:
> 
>    http://sibyte.broadcom.com/
> 
> The User's manual is what you probably want:
> 
>    http://sibyte.broadcom.com/public/resources/index.html#um
> 
> As far as the BDI2000, I believe you are out of luck. The only hardware
> debugger I know of that works with the SiByte boards is from Coreolis
> [sp?].
yeah, that's Corelis Debugger: 
     http://sibyte.broadcom.com/public/partners/corelis/
and also 'Green Hills MultiProbe' may work(?)
>I heard rumors of other people who reverse-engineered the
> protocol for more open debugging, but I do not know more than that.
> Maybe others on the list will comment.
well, except commercial products provided by Corelis,
'broadcom' also provide a group of excellent jtag debug toolset, 
working under Redhat9 userland so that 
you can use corelis device directly to trace into kernel by GDB 
or use those jtag probes for re-flash your modified CFE.
> 
> -Steve

Thanks,

Haitao


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