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fhsemt

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Date of registration: Aug 1st 2016

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Monday, August 1st 2016, 4:33pm

[SOLVED] Ozone - difference between linux and windows versions

Hello,

We are currently evaluating a specific SoC with Ozone and our J-Trace CM. The Ozone software from SEGGER is fitting our needs pretty well, but there seems to be a slight difference between Ozone V2.16h for windows and Ozone V2.16h for linux. The SoC is not referenced in the linux version (DEB 64-bit or TGZ 64-bit).

Is it normal that we have a difference between the windows and linux devices lists?

Best Regards.

This post has been edited 1 times, last edit by "fhsemt" (Aug 1st 2016, 5:30pm)


SEGGER - Niklas

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Date of registration: Oct 6th 2014

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Monday, August 1st 2016, 5:00pm

Hi,

Quoted

Is it normal that we have a difference between the windows and linux devices lists?

No. All supported devices are available on all platforms.

Ozone gets the device list from the J-Link DLL.
I just checked and it seems that Ozone for Linux ships with an old version of the J-Link DLL. (5.10.7)

I asked the Maintainer of Ozone and the next Version of Ozone will ship with most recent J-Link DLL on all platforms.

In the mean time, as a workaround, you can download the SEGGER software packge here and replace the contents of
opt\SEGGER\ozone\2.16.8\Lib
with the contents of opt\SEGGER\JLink_V60d
(libjlinkarm.so, libjlinkarm.so.6, libjlinkarm.so.6.0.4, libjlinkarm_x86.so, libjlinkarm_x86.so.6 libjlinkarm_x86.so.6.0.4)

Best regards,
Niklas
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fhsemt

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Monday, August 1st 2016, 5:29pm

Thanks a lot Niklas!

We managed to make it work with an additional sym-link:
# ln -s /opt/SEGGER/ozone/2.16.8/Lib/libjlinkarm.so.6 /opt/SEGGER/ozone/2.16.8/Lib/libjlinkarm.so.5

Hope that API hasn't changed much between 5 and 6 but it seems to be OK for basic downloading and debugging.


Thanks for your quick answer.
Best regards.

SEGGER - Niklas

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Monday, August 1st 2016, 6:13pm

Hi,

Quoted

Hope that API hasn't changed much between 5 and 6 but it seems to be OK for basic downloading and debugging.

The API that Ozone uses has not changed at all. (The big version jump was related to J-Flash and a new J-Link DLL feature (3rd parties can now add flash programming support for new devices))
Ozone related changes only include bugfixes and support for new devices.

Thanks for confirmation and good to hear that you are up and running now!

Best regards,
Niklas
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