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Wednesday, August 24th 2016, 7:53am

Author: orangeone

resume before suspend on heavy CPU load

Dear Martin, thank you for the quick help. Now it works perfectly. Once again, a Segger product is woth every penny. Do you offer embOS (advanced) trainings? I understand the basics of RTOSes but at some points, I am unsure if the way I use the OS functions is really suitable/elegant. (like in the example above). Best Regards, Christian

Tuesday, August 23rd 2016, 4:34pm

Author: orangeone

resume before suspend on heavy CPU load

Hello, I have a low priority task1 that starts an automatic ADC/DMA sequence to aquire some data in realtime. When the sequence is started, the low priority task1 suspends itsself. At the end of the sequence, a DMA complete interrupt fired and task1 is resumed and starts to process the aquired data with low priority. This works well in lower load situation, however in high CPU load situations, a higher priority task2 preempts the low priority task1 and before OS_Suspend is called, the automatic ...

Thursday, September 26th 2013, 8:17am

Author: orangeone

secure chip via J-Flash on STM32050

Hi Alex, thanks for the quick answer. In this case it would be nice to get some warning message instead of "successfuly secured". I think this is a bit confusing. Maybe setting Level 1 would be the thing 90+% of developers would expect to happen by calling this command since Level 2 really blocks the device and Level 1 is more or less the same as on other STM32s. Best Regards, Chris

Wednesday, September 25th 2013, 10:05am

Author: orangeone

secure chip via J-Flash on STM32050

Hello, I am working with a STM32K050K4, a J-Link V8.0 and software package 4.76e. When I try to secure my chip via J-Flash I get a "Chip secured successfully" message however, the chip is not secured after that. (Of course I did a Vcc reset after securing the chip). Am I doing something wrong or is the "secure chip" feature not supported on the STM32F050s? Best Regards, Chris

Wednesday, September 18th 2013, 8:12am

Author: orangeone

Warning message "Could not set S_RESET_ST" with STM32F050

I got it fixed. My electronics guy placed an external watchdog circuit in the board and didn't tell me.

Friday, September 13th 2013, 3:25pm

Author: orangeone

Warning message "Could not set S_RESET_ST" with STM32F050

Hello, I am using EWARM 6.60.1 to debug an STM32F050K4 target with a J-Link V8.0. My J-Link Software is updatet to the latest version (4.76c as of today). During the start of the debug session, I am getting several "Warning: Could not set S_RESET_ST" messages in the Debug log and the LED on the J-Link is flashing in red and orange. On the first look, it appears that the start of the session was successful but debugging is unstable (I get "run out of HW breakpoints" messages with no breakpoints s...

Friday, October 26th 2012, 12:57pm

Author: orangeone

"Enable target power" in J-Flash is nor working

Hello, I tried to use the "Enable target power" in J-Flash (enabled the checkbox in "Project settings/Production") but the power on Pin 19 of the J-Link is not enabled. (I checked with a scope). However, if I use "power on" in J-Link commander, the power on Pin 19 is enabled. Is this a bug in J-Flash or did I make a wrong assumption about the function of this checkbox. (I am using J-Link software 4.56)