Monatsarchiv für August 2005

nanoblogger GUI 0.91

Dienstag, den 30. August 2005

A small nanoblogger GUI update is available, nanoblogger Gui frontend 0.91.
Changes since 0.9:
-clear console added
-kill running nanoblogger added
have fun….

Nanoblogger GUI Images & Icons

Montag, den 29. August 2005

The images and icons in the nanoblogger GUI frontend are not very nice.
I hve draw them with gimp, but I’m not very talented in making graphics.
It would be great, if somebody could provide me some beautyfull images to
make the nanoblogger GUI more attractive.
Thanks in advance

Nanoblogger GUI 0.9 via Java Webstart

Samstag, den 27. August 2005

I have finished nanoblogger GUI frontend version 0.9.
The new version is available via Java Webstart:
Nanoblogger GUI frontend *Webstart version*
You should read the README file before starting the first time.
The version is also available as a tar.gz package:
Nanoblogger GUI frontend (tar.gz Binary & Sourcecode)
ps:This blog is already created with nanoblogger gui frontend

Nanoblogger GUI Release 0.8a

Freitag, den 26. August 2005

I have finished the version 0.8a of the nanoblogger GUI frontend.

It supports the following nanoblogger features:
-list entries/categories
-add entry/category
-delete entry/category
-edit entry/category
-move entry to category
Nanoblogger GUI Frontend (Java Binary and Source)
Please report bugs to email

First screenshot of the nanoblogger GUI

Freitag, den 26. August 2005

Here is the first screenshot of the nanoblogger GUI.

Nanoblogger GUI

Freitag, den 26. August 2005

As you may already know, this weblog is created with nanoblogger.
NanoBlogger is a small weblog engine written in Bash for the command line.
It uses common UNIX tools such as cat, grep and sed. It’s free to use and modify under the GNU General Public License.

But it is sometimes annoying to use a command line programm [...]

Fixing the jtag tools

Mittwoch, den 24. August 2005

Wow , this is a good answer, *bad board design*. Anyway , how do I adjust the BSR register ?
I have to study the jtag basics:
-how does jtag work (TMI,TDO,signals)?
-What is that BSR used for (Boundary Scan Register) ?
-The architecture of the ARM platform (Instruction Register, Data Register …)

2. Answer from jtag mailing list

Mittwoch, den 24. August 2005

And a second answer from Marcel:
Hi Mathias.
On Mon, Aug 15, 2005 at 09:20:40AM +0200, Mathias Dietz wrote:
> jtag> detect
> IR length: 5
> Chain length: 1
> [...]

1. Answer from jtag mailing list

Mittwoch, den 24. August 2005

I got an answer from Andrew:

On 8/15/05, Mathias Dietz wrote:

> But when I start the detectflash or dicovery command, the board resets and
> turns off.

I don`t know your specific hardware, but I`m guessing that something
in the bus driver for the PXA series parts is triggering the behaviour
you see. Most bus drivers work by [...]

Debugging JTAG <-> Aireo

Mittwoch, den 24. August 2005

I tried to debug the JTAG tools using the gdb debugger.Because the command line interface for
gdb is not very nice, I decided to use a graphical debugger.
The CDT for eclipse was my choise and within 30 minutes I found the function call which leads
to the board reset:
cfi.c (Common Flash Interface)
function cfi_detect(…)
line #104

After [...]