rviload command syntax

rviload enables you to load a given binary file onto the target board through a specified debug hardware unit.

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rviload [options]... address:file [address:file]...

address:file

A raw binary file file to be loaded at the target memory address address in hexadecimal.

--autoconfig=DELAY

Autoconfigure the scan chain and then wait the number of seconds specified by DELAY.

Option synonym: -a DELAY

--check

Check memory as it is being written.

Option synonym: -c

--devnum=DEVNUM

The JTAG scan chain device number (default 1). Device 0 refers to the debug hardware unit, so you can only specify devices greater than 0.

Option synonym: -d DEVNUM

--help

Display the command help.

Option synonym: -h

--host=HOST

The host IP address/name of the debug hardware unit.

Option synonym: -H HOST

--jtagclock

The JTAG clock speed in Hz, 0==‘RTCK’ (default 10MHz).

Option synonym: -s

--jump=JUMPTO

Start executing from this (hex) address after loading.

Option synonym: -j JUMPTO

--dccmode=MODE

Enable debug communications in the particular MODE, and must be one of the following:

DCC

Raw DCC through client. Raw (unprocessed) data exactly as it exited the DCC register on the target, and is fed to the client.

DCP

Raw DCC through TCP/IP port range from 5000. Raw data fed to TCP/IP port in the port range specified.

VEC

Virtual Ethernet/TTY with tty channel through client.

VEP

Virtual Ethernet/TTY with tty channel through port range from 5000.

The DCC mode for rviload is specified by using a three-letter mode name such as VEP or VEC, whereas the DCC mode for rvigdbconfig is specified by a mode number such as 0, 1 or 2.

Option synonym: -m MODE

--page=PAGE

The target memory page number.

Option synonym: -p PAGE

--quiet

Do not print any messages.

Option synonym: -q

--rule=RULE

Target rule code.

Option synonym: -r RULE

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To use the rviload utility from a Cygwin bash or Red Hat Linux shell, enter:

$ rviload [option]... address:file [address:file]...

For example:

rviload --host=192.168.1.200 -s0 -j7300000 -mVEC -a0 7300000:C:\DEMOS\ Linux_RVI_DCC\vp-boot.bin

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