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How do I configure RVD to match my OKI hardware target?

Applies to: RealView Developer Kit (RVDK) for OKI

Answer

RVD uses BoardChip Definition files to describe the hardware target you are connected to.

By default the ML674K Boardchip file is specified. This contains information relating to the OKI chip, but no information on the memory map or peripherals supplied with a particular development board.


Before using the Oki toolkit you should edit the existing Boardchip entry. (Note you will not be able to perform certain tasks, such as programming flash memory until you have done this).

To edit the specified Boardchip entry for the RVI-ME connection:

- Launch RVD.
- Open the RVD Connection Control Window. (Alt+0)
- Highlight the RVI-ME connection.

- Right click and select "Connection Properties". (The RVD Connection Properties window opens). An entry "BoardChip name =ML674K" is visible in the right hand pane.

- Higlight the BoardChip name entry and right click.

- Select one of the following options:
OKI development board:"OKI_ML674000_CPU_BOARD"
Unique development board in JTAG mode:"UNIQUE_ML674K_SRAM_BOOT"
Unique development board in standalonemode:"UNIQUE_ML674K_FLASH_BOOT"

- Finally select File, Save & Close to exit the Connection Properties window.

Article last edited on: 2008-09-09 15:47:26

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