I would like specific notes on how to flash and debug the S32K14x AUTOSAR MCAL Sample Application using Lautebach for flashing and debugging. For both JTAG and SWD ports.
I initially tried OpenSDA for flashing and debugging which is OK.
I then tried to do the same using Lauterbach debugger but Lauterbach Trace32 keep reporting "Power down" target.
I have tried both the JTAG and SWD ports. Jumper J104 is in 1,2 position. The board is powered using the USB.
I can attach screenshots of Trace32 configuration if necessary but I would like to see a steps process and identify any miss step.
There is no special settings needed for JTAG connection with lauterbach. I tried the same scenario - USB Power and Lauterbach. Don't forget setup all data for debug session.
I don't have Autosar MCAL installed - but you can add lauterbach debug session in debug configuration. The easiest way is create new empty project, select lauterbach debug:
Copy Debugger folder from empty Project_Settings into your existing project and create new Lauterbach debug session.
You can edit the .launch text file in Project_Settings\Debugger or copy line by line project settings in the GUI from empty project to your Autosar project:
The empty one:
Your existing project (in my case Hello_world):
When done - just click on debug and wait for T32:
Hope it helps.
By following the procedure explain above,
It works well with the S32k142 evaluation board,
however when I use directly our board with the S32k142 MCU, S32DS opens Trace32,
but the elf file is not loaded. I am abble to load it manually with command:
-> flash.auto all
and select the elf file.
It will be more convenient to load it automatically.
Do you have any idea to solve this issue.