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MCB4357 DUAL CORE EXAMPLE

Question asked by Ranjith Thottathil on May 31, 2018
Latest reply on Jun 1, 2018 by Ranjith Thottathil

I have been trying to do dual core freertos blinky example on MCB4357 using MCUXpresso with Segger Jlink debugger. But i'm getting this error while debugging to the M0 core. Can anyone please help?

 

 

ERROR: Could not connect to target.
  SEGGER J-Link GDB Server V6.20g Command Line Version
  JLinkARM.dll V6.20g (DLL compiled Oct 20 2017 17:09:27)
  Command line: -nosilent -swoport 2355 -select USB=158000655 -telnetport 2356 -singlerun -endian little -noir -speed auto -port 2357 -vd -device LPC4357_M0 -if SWD -halt -reportuseraction
  -----GDB Server start settings-----
  GDBInit file:                  none
  GDB Server Listening port:     2357
  SWO raw output listening port: 2355
  Terminal I/O port:             2356
  Accept remote connection:      localhost only
  Generate logfile:              off
  Verify download:               on
  Init regs on start:            off
  Silent mode:                   off
  Single run mode:               on
  Target connection timeout:     0 ms
  ------J-Link related settings------
  J-Link Host interface:         USB
  J-Link script:                 none
  J-Link settings file:          none
  ------Target related settings------
  Target device:                 LPC4357_M0
  Target interface:              SWD
  Target interface speed:        auto
  Target endian:                 little
  Connecting to J-Link...
  J-Link is connected.
  Device "LPC4357_M0" selected.
  Firmware: J-Link ARM V8 compiled Nov 28 2014 13:44:46
  Hardware: V8.00
  S/N: 158000655
  OEM: IAR
  Checking target voltage...
  Target voltage: 3.26 V
  Listening on TCP/IP port 2357
  Connecting to target...ERROR: LPC43xx Cortex-M0 (connect): Cortex-M0 coprocessors are not available when using SWD interface.
  ERROR: LPC43xx Cortex-M0 (connect): Cortex-M0 coprocessors are not available when using SWD interface.
  ERROR: Could not connect to target.

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