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Come debuggare con AVR Dragon su arduino mega2560

WARNING

Prima di tutto, tutto questo non funziona, poi:

It is possible, using the tools discussed here to either ‘brick’ your processor or physically destroy it. This also includes your AVR Dragon. Make sure you double and triple check all connections BEFORE you turn on any power and make sure you disconnect the power BEFORE making any wiring changes.

I can not be held responsible for your errors in skills or judgement.

Indice

materiali necessari

hardware:

  • arduino mega2560
  • AVR Dragon
  • cavi ...
  • un pc

software:

  • un sistema operativo serio (Linux)
  • toolchain gcc per avr
  • avrdude
  • avarice
  • gdb
  • ddd


Operazioni sistemistiche preliminari

Queste operazioni sono necessarie per rendere disponibile AVR Dragon agli utenti abilitati (quelli del gruppo dialout); altrimenti sarà solo root a poter agire.

Istruzioni valide per Fedora, per altro non so.

Da utente root:

editare il file /etc/udev/rules.d/50-avrdragon.rules e inserire:

SUBSYSTEM=="usb", ATTR{idVendor}=="03eb", ATTR{idProduct}=="2107", GROUP="dialout", MODE="0660"

eseguire:

service systemd-udevd restart

Collegamenti

ISP: In System Programming using SPI is well suited for programming devices soldered onto external target boards. This section explains how to connect the Atmel AVR Dragon to SPI program an external target. The SPI lines are equipped with level converters that automatically will level shift the AVR Dragon signals to the target board voltage.

It is recommended that a 6-pin header connector with 2.54mm (100 MIL) spacing is placed on the target board to allow easy access to the SPI programming interface. The following pinout should be used.

6pin Header Connector with 2.54mm (100 MIL) spacing http://www.atmel.no/webdoc/avrdragon/images/ISPHEADER.jpg

Questo la disposizione dei pin sulla board Arduino http://arduino-info.wikispaces.com/file/view/Mega2560_R3_Label-small-v2%20%282%29.png/471429496/800x526/Mega2560_R3_Label-small-v2%20%282%29.png

il collegamento ISP una volta capito è facile: l'ordine è il medesimo, basta trovare il pin 1 del connettore.

link: http://www.atmel.no/webdoc/avrdragon/avrdragon.isp_description.html http://arduino-info.wikispaces.com/MegaQuickRef

Jtag:

http://support.atmel.no/knowledgebase/avrstudiohelp/mergedProjects/AVRDragon/JTAG_schematic_target.JPG

There are only 7 connections needed and these are as follows:

arduinoPin Signal Dragon Jtag I/O Description
5v +5v 4 Output 5v Supply from Arduino
GND GND 2 or 10 (either will do) - Ground reference
analog in 4 TCK 1 Input Test Clock, clock signal from AVR Dragon to target JTAG port
analog in 5 TMS 5 Input Test Mode Select, mode select signal from AVR Dragon to target JTAG port
analog in 6 TDO 3 Output Test Data Output, data signal from target JTAG port to AVR Dragon
analog in 7 TDI 9 Input Test Data Input, data signal from AVR Dragon to target JTAG port
reset RST 6 Reset

Note: These pin numbers refer to the shield pin numbers of the Arduino Mega2560 and not to the pins on the processor. Note: Although the +5v are joined, you will still need to provide power to your Mega board by any of the normal methods. The sole purpose of the +5v connection is to correctly configure the level shifters/converts used by the Dragon to process signals between the boards. If you are using a 3.3v Dragon, then it is important that you connect the +5v signal to the +3.3v signal instead. Otherwise there is a pretty good chance you will destroy your Mega in a few seconds. This signal can not power the Mega from the Dragon!

Note: Power up your Mega board before the Dragon.

Note: Make sure there are no other connections to pine 4, 5, 6 or 7 on the Mega, other than those to the Dragon.


Fuse Setting

http://www.codingwithcody.com/2011/04/arduino-default-fuse-settings/

default Arduino Mega 2560

  • Low Fuse 0xFF
  • High Fuse 0xD8
  • Extended Fuse 0xFD

you need to enable the OCDEN and JTAGEN fuses

Per il calcolo si può utilizzare: http://www.engbedded.com/fusecalc/

da cui si ottiene: -U lfuse:w:0xff:m -U hfuse:w:0x18:m -U efuse:w:0xfd:m

quindi:

avrdude -c dragon_isp -P usb -p atmega2560  -U lfuse:w:0xff:m -U hfuse:w:0x18:m -U efuse:w:0xfd:m 

Quando avari finito tutto reimpostare i valori di dafault:

avrdude -c dragon_isp -P usb -p atmega2560  -U lfuse:w:0xff:m -U hfuse:w:0xf8:m -U efuse:w:0xfd:m 


Sessione di debug

Dopo aver compilato (io uso ino) con l'opzione -g e preferibilmente con -g2 -O0 caricare il programma usanto l'interfaccia jstag e il Dragon:

avrdude  -p atmega2560 -c dragon_isp -P usb -U flash:w:.build/mega2560/firmware.hex:i

eseguire avarice che rimane in attesa di connessione da parte di gdb:

 avarice --dragon  :4242

poi lanciare il debugger:

avr-gdb .build/mega2560/firmware.elf

attenzione !! ddd non funziona e chissà perchè

ddd --debugger avr-gdb .build/mega2560/firmware.elf

At the (gdb) prompt, tell GDB to connect to AVaRICE:

(gdb) target remote localhost:4242

This will stop the program running on the APM and tell you where it stopped:

Remote debugging using localhost:4242
0x00002992 in AP_GPS_NMEA::read (this=0x8007aa)
at /Volumes/Data/Users/msmith/work/Mike/ArduPilot/Sketchbook/libraries/AP_GPS/AP_GPS_NMEA.cpp:72
72		numc = _port->
available();
(gdb)

Use the ‘continue’ command to start the program running again, and hit control-C to stop it once more.

Come far tornare l'arduino come un vero arduino

avrdude -c dragon_isp -P usb -p atmega2560 -e -u -U lock:w:0x3F:m -U efuse:w:0xFD:m -U hfuse:w:0xD8:m -U efuse:w:0xFF:m
avrdude -c dragon_isp -P usb -p atmega2560  -V -U flash:w:/usr/share/arduino/hardware/arduino/bootloaders/stk500v2/stk500boot_v2_mega2560.hex
avrdude -c dragon_isp -P usb -p atmega2560 -U lock:w:0x0F:m

The first command unlocks the bootloader section and sets the fuses. The second writes the bootloader to the flash memory. And the third locks the bootloader section again.

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