i.MAX6Q Debugging using Segger J-Link JTAG

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i.MAX6Q Debugging using Segger J-Link JTAG

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peteramond
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Hi All,
I'm trying to debug u-boot i.MAX6 Quad processor based custom hardware design using j-link Ultra +
I followed the steps.
I'm trying to work on Linux 64bit OS.
I already installed J-Link tools (J-Link Commander V6.30g)
And using JLinkExe and  JLinkGDBServer for making connection with target and host.
And using grapgicla IDE as Eclipse IDE for U-Boot debugging. 
Please read the following information and please answer my questions.
 
1) JLinkExe connection was successful. Look following images. Is this Device name MCIMX6Q4 correct for processor i.MAX6Q ? (Manufacturer part number - MCIMX6Q6AVT10AC)
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2) And JLinkGDBServer connection was established.
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3) And did the debug configurations correctly in Eclipse correctly.

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4) But when I'm hit debugging I got following error message. Can you guide me on this issue ?
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5) And also I'm getting the following issue with Windows 10 OS when I hit the Debug function. With the same Eclipce IDE.
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I must be thankful to you if you will kindly guide me on this issue.
Regards,
Peter.
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igorpadykov
NXP TechSupport
NXP TechSupport

Hi Peter

please look at "missing the J-Link path" description in "Troubleshooting" section of
The J-Link debugging Eclipse plug-in 

Best regards
igor
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