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Describe the download procedure.
The Coldfire simulator available from http://www.slicer.ca/coldfire/index.php will run this BSP although that simulator is EXTREMELY slow taking 8-10 times real-time on a fast development machine.  Instructions for running an executable on this BSP were posted to the RTEMS list (http://www.rtems.com/ml/rtems-users/2006/january/msg00153.html).  The only tricky thing using those instructions is that you have to convert the ELF .exe into a binary using objcopy before downloading it to the simulator.
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Latest revision as of 11:36, 27 November 2010

Mcf5206elite
Board NameMCF5206Elite
ManufacturerMotorola
Referencehttp://www.acm.uiuc.edu/sigarch/resources/docs/coldfire_M5206ELITEUM.pdf
ArchitectureFreescale Coldfire
CPU ModelMCF5206e
MonitoruBoot, uMon
Runs on Simulator?Coldfire
AliasesNo
RAM1 MB SRAM
Non-volatile Memory1 MB Flash
Serial Ports2 x UARTs
VideoVideo Unspecified.
OtherPower Requirements are +5V regulated power supply


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[edit] Overview

The M5206eLITE is a versatile single board computer based on MCF5206e ColdFire® Processor. It may be used as a powerful microprocessor based controller in a variety of applications. With the addition of a terminal, it serves as a complete microcomputer system for development/evaluation, training and educational use. To have a fully functional system, all that is required is an RS-232 terminal (or a PC with terminal emulation software) and a regulated 5V power supply. It is possible to expand the memory and I/O capabilities of this board by connecting additional hardware via the Microprocessor Expansion Bus connectors, although it may be necessary to add bus buffers to accomodate additional bus loading.

Mcf5206elite-block diagram.png

[edit] Board Setup

If there are special jumper or ROM monitor settings, describe them.

[edit] Downloading and Executing

Describe the download procedure.

[edit] Debugging

How do you debug code on this board? What gdb setup? BDM, stub, etc?


[edit] Test Reports

4.7-branch 2006-11-15: User:JoelSherrill reports that hello, ticker, and paranoia run using the Coldfire simulator.

The Coldfire simulator available from http://www.slicer.ca/coldfire/index.php will run this BSP although that simulator is EXTREMELY slow taking 8-10 times real-time on a fast development machine. Instructions for running an executable on this BSP were posted to the RTEMS list (http://www.rtems.com/ml/rtems-users/2006/january/msg00153.html). The only tricky thing using those instructions is that you have to convert the ELF .exe into a binary using objcopy before downloading it to the simulator.

[edit] References


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