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yusifnurizade
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Hello,

 

I am using a FRDM KE02Z board to do a simple printf() function. I followed the a tutorial off the MCU on Eclipse blog (Tutorial: Printf() with (and without) Processor Expert | MCU on Eclipse). to the t and, though I can build and go into the debug, I cannot see the string I am writing on the port!

 

Besides following the instructions, I've tried the troubleshooting suggestions in the blog and even used Termite instead of Tera Term which, I normally use. Both are able to see the port but display nothing but a blank screen. I realize how silly it is to be asking for help on such a simple task but I am really at a loss! Would appreciate any advice you can give, my project file is attached.

 

Best,

Yusif

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BlackNight
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The attached .project file really does not give any insights what could be wrong.

I suggest you have a look at

http://mcuoneclipse.com/2013/11/16/tutorial-using-a-terminal-input-and-output-without-printf-and-sca...

At the end there is a link to a project on GitHub which has a working project using a console/serial connection with OpenSDA USB-CDC (38400 baud).

I hope this helps,

Erich

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yusifnurizade
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Anyone?

I could really use some help with this.

Yusif Nurizade

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BlackNight
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NXP Employee

The attached .project file really does not give any insights what could be wrong.

I suggest you have a look at

http://mcuoneclipse.com/2013/11/16/tutorial-using-a-terminal-input-and-output-without-printf-and-sca...

At the end there is a link to a project on GitHub which has a working project using a console/serial connection with OpenSDA USB-CDC (38400 baud).

I hope this helps,

Erich

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yusifnurizade
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Issue 100% percent solved. Erich, you are a genius.

Thanks again,

Yusif Nurizade

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