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using cyclone or usb-tap under wine/crossover
Paul M. Feb 23, 2018 at 02:17 PM (14:17 hours)
Staff: Takao Y.

  • I have multiple Cyclone MAX and USB-TAP devices.
    I am trying to get NXP's Codewarrior 7.1 running under Crossover's Wine,
    running under Ubuntu 16.4 on an x64 laptop.

    The compiler/linker pair is working.

    Debugging is not working.

    Flashing & debugging fail, as I can't get a connection.
    It fails when NXP's IDE is configured for USB-TAP or ETHERNET-TAP.

    When installed Codewarrior, I got the following complaints(summary):
    failed to install WinDriver's kernel module - no more data available
    failed getting device class for INF file
    C/Program Files/Freescale/CodeWarrior for ColdFire V7.1/Drivers
    | CycloneProR1.inf
    | usbmultilink_rev20.inf
    | usbmultilink_rev20_interface0.inf
    | usbmultilink_serial_interface1.inf
    C/Program Files/odeWarrior for ColdFire V7.1/ccs/drivers/usb/x32/usbtap.inf
    failed to install WinDriver's kernel module - no more data available

    The problem seems related to Jungo WinDriver, which does not exist
    under Wine.

    I downloaded & tried to install both PEDrivers_install.exe and
    cyclone_pro_install.exe into an empty virtual machine, but did not succeed.

    Is Jungo WinDriver required for both ethernet and USB p&e device access?
    Can we work with you to get this working?
    Any help appreciated.

    Thanks, Paul




    Comments

  • Greetings,

    Any update on this issue? Is your issue resolved?

    WinDriver is only required for USB connection.

    You should not be using USB or ETHERNET TAP, those are Freescale tools. If you wish to use PEmicro tools you should be using the PEMICRO_USB selection as your connection.


    Takao Yamada

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