Starting the debug hardware configuration utilities

How you start the required debug hardware configuration utility depends on:

Note

For information about debugging with your own debugger, see your debugger documentation.

Show/hideStarting the RVConfig utility on Windows

To start the required debug hardware configuration utility on Windows platforms:

  1. Select Start → All Programs → product_group → option_path

    where product_group and option_path are the names used by your ARM software development product.

  2. Select the option for the utility you want to use:

    • select name Config IP to start the RVI Config IP utility

    • select name Configuration to start the RVConfig utility

    • select name Update to start the RVI Update utility

    where name is the name used by your ARM software development product.

    Note

    Be aware that an option for the RVConfig utility might not be available on the Start menu for some ARM products.

For more information, see the documentation for your ARM software development product.

Show/hideStarting the RVConfig utility on Red Hat Linux

To start the required debug hardware configuration utility on Red Hat Linux platforms, select the appropriate shortcut. The shortcut depends on the version of Red Hat Linux and the desktop environment that you are using.

If no desktop shortcut is available, at the command-line:

  1. Make sure the paths to the utilities are configured. See the Getting Started document provided with your ARM software development product for more details.

  2. Enter the command for the utility you want to use:

    • enter rviconfigip to start the RVI Config IP utility

    • enter rvconfig to start the RVConfig utility

    • enter rviupdate to start the RVI Update utility.

Show/hideAccessing the RVConfig utility from your Debugger

You can access the RVConfig utility directly from your debugger. See your debugger documentation for details on how to do this.

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