HOWTO: Setup S32V234 EVB2 for debugging with S32DS and Linux BSP

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HOWTO: Setup S32V234 EVB2 for debugging with S32DS and Linux BSP

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HOWTO: Setup S32V234 EVB2 for debugging with S32DS and Linux BSP

Before you can start debugging an S32DS project for S32V234 Cortex-A53 APEX2/ISP Linux target on the S32V234-EVB2, we must first setup the hardware connections and start the Linux BSP OS.

1) Connect (1) S32V234 USB Micro B port to (2) USB A port on your PC. This allow you to connect to the Linux BSP OS via a terminal program to issue commands and to obtain the IP address.

2) Insert microSDHC card (with U-boot, Linux kernel, devicetree, and root file system loaded*) into (3) the S32V234 EVB2 microSD card slot

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3) Connect (1) Ethernet port on S32V234 daughter card to (2) LAN**. This will allow S32DS to communicate with the Linux BSP OS for flashing and GDB debugging.

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4) Connect the power supply to (3) S234V234 EVB

5) Turn on the (4) power switch, this will start the Linux BSP OS

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*Instructions for preparing the SD card are provided in the VisionSDK document: ..\S32DS.x.x\S32DS\software\VSDK_S32V2_RTM_x_x_x\s32v234_sdk\docs\vsdk\S32V234-EVB_SetupGuide.pdf or refer to HOWTO: Prepare A SD Card For Linux Boot Of S32V234-EVB2 Using BSP For VisionSDK 

**Ensure PC is connected to LAN as well (either hardwired or wireless)

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