10 Replies Latest reply on Aug 28, 2016 4:20 PM by rcnmartell

    BCM94343W_AVN Has a problem with download_apps on MAC OS X

    chucklink

      I know this is probably the wrong place to ask, but...

      Has anyone else seen a problem with the Avnet BCM94343W Evaluation board and "download_apps".

      Specifically this:

       

      resources                         |   55188 |       0 |

      Ring_Buffer                       |      92 |       0 |

      SPI_Flash_Library_BCM94343W_AVN   |     512 |       0 |

      Startup Stack & Link Script fill  |      49 |      18 |

      Supplicant - BESL                 |   37232 |     536 |

      ThreadX                           |    8588 |     396 |

      TLV                               |     200 |       0 |

      WICED                             |    4739 |     968 |

      Wiced_RO_FS                       |     568 |       0 |

      WWD                               |   15973 |    3048 |

      ----------------------------------+---------+---------|

      TOTAL (bytes)                     |  300860 |   57936 |

      ----------------------------------|---------|---------|

       

      Downloading Bootloader ...

      make: *** [main_app] Segmentation fault: 11

      No changes detected

       

      Download complete

       

      The exact place of the failure is in the execution of:

      ./tools/OpenOCD/OSX/openocd-all-brcm-libftdi

      in the makefile "standard_platform_targets.mk", and in the "download_bootloader".

       

      I have validated that every file required for the command is present.  I have not tried to run the command from a command line yet, but was trying to short circuit all the debugging time I need to spend to find the problem.  Strangely, I have seen it complete 3 or 4 times for unknown reasons.  I have tested this on Windows and it appears to work perfectly leading me to believe that it might be a race condition somewhere in the boot loader code.  I've searched for community and located some old tricks but none really apply to this problem.