After a recent hardware upgrade I moved Win7 bootcamp partition to Win7 VirtualBox on MPB, which seemed seamless/problem-free. Until I tried to communicate with my S5D9 PK board, getting the 'no power' errors though LEDs are on and both host and guest OS's see the JLink device.So upgrade e2 to 6.2 and SSP to 1.4.0 and problems ensued (guessing this is the first note of many). Using the demo NetXServe (unmodified), the build process dies with the following messages: 'Building file: ../synergy/ssp/src/framework/el/nx_md5/nx_md5.c''Invoking: Cross ARM C Compiler'C:\Renesas\Synergy\e2studio_v6.2.0_ssp_v1.4.0\eclipse\../Utilities/isdebuild arm-none-eabi-gcc -mcpu=cortex-m4 -mthumb -mfloat-abi=hard -mfpu=fpv4-sp-d16 -O2 -fmessage-length=0 -fsigned-char -ffunction-sections -fdata-sections -Wunused -Wuninitialized -Wall -Wextra -Wmissing-declarations -Wconversion -Wpointer-arith -Wshadow -Wlogical-op -Waggregate-return -Wfloat-equal -g3 -D_RENESAS_SYNERGY_ -I"C:\Users\user\Desktop\WS3\netxserve2\synergy_cfg\ssp_cfg\bsp" -I"C:\Users\user\Desktop\WS3\netxserve2\synergy_cfg\ssp_cfg\driver" -I"C:\Users\user\Desktop\WS3\netxserve2\synergy\ssp\inc" -I"C:\Users\user\Desktop\WS3\netxserve2\synergy\ssp\inc\bsp" -I"C:\Users\user\Desktop\WS3\netxserve2\synergy\ssp\inc\bsp\cmsis\Include" -I"C:\Users\user\Desktop\WS3\netxserve2\synergy\ssp\inc\driver\api" -I"C:\Users\user\Desktop\WS3\netxserve2\synergy\ssp\inc\driver\instances" -I"C:\Users\user\Desktop\WS3\netxserve2\src" -I"C:\Users\user\Desktop\WS3\netxserve2\src\synergy_gen" -I"C:\Users\user\Desktop\WS3\netxserve2\synergy_cfg\ssp_cfg\framework\el" -I"C:\Users\user\Desktop\WS3\netxserve2\synergy\ssp\inc\framework\el" -I"C:\Users\user\Desktop\WS3\netxserve2\synergy\ssp\src\framework\el\tx" -I"C:\Users\user\Desktop\WS3\netxserve2\synergy\ssp\src\framework\sf_el_nx\phy" -I"C:\Users\user\Desktop\WS3\netxserve2\synergy\ssp\inc\framework\el\nx" -I"C:\Users\user\Desktop\WS3\netxserve2\synergy\ssp\src\framework\el\nx" -I"C:\Users\user\Desktop\WS3\netxserve2\synergy\ssp\src\framework\el\nx_md5" -I"C:\Users\user\Desktop\WS3\netxserve2\synergy\ssp\inc\framework\el\nx_application_layer" -I"C:\Users\user\Desktop\WS3\netxserve2\synergy\ssp\src\framework\el\ux" -I"C:\Users\user\Desktop\WS3\netxserve2\synergy_cfg\ssp_cfg\framework" -std=c99 -MMD -MP -MF"synergy/ssp/src/framework/el/nx_md5/nx_md5.d" -MT"synergy/ssp/src/framework/el/nx_md5/nx_md5.o" -c -o "synergy/ssp/src/framework/el/nx_md5/nx_md5.o" -x c "../synergy/ssp/src/framework/el/nx_md5/nx_md5.c"ERROR: Decryption not permitted on this filesynergy/ssp/src/framework/el/nx_md5/subdir.mk:18: recipe for target 'synergy/ssp/src/framework/el/nx_md5/nx_md5.o' failedmake: *** [synergy/ssp/src/framework/el/nx_md5/nx_md5.o] Error 1'
Of course I can't find a fix for this, doing the usual reboots, project cleans, re-generating project content, etc. The nx_md5.c file is present.Also, under the Problems tab I see this warning (inserting CRs for readability):Description Resource Path Location TypeUnused declaration of variable 'g_heap'
Code Analysis Problem
So any assistance appreciated... so realissue (it says powered board is unpowered) can be worked on. Thanks.
which demo project exactly do you use? I tried the Getting Started with NetX Web Server - Application Project. The build process finished with no errors.
Please verify that the correct license file has been selected: menu Help > Synergy License. After changing it, project clean may be necessary.
As for the "no power" issue, please verify that nothing blocks the USB port. Sometimes antivirus software can do that.
You may also try to install USB drivers - this can be done by installing the Renesas Flash Programmer.
About the license, I read somewhere that a new license file should be downloaded when upgrading to SSP1.4.0. I don't know if it is compulsory, but I've done it and is a straightforward process.
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the license file should be present in the following file after installing the SSP:<e2_studio_dir>\internal\projectgen\arm\licenses\SSP_License_Example_EvalLicense_20180105.xml
To get the development license please got to the SSP web page:https://www.renesas.com/en-eu/products/synergy/software/ssp.htmllog in and use the button in the License section:
Thanks, all, for the many helpful suggestions. After poking around based on these and other ideas...
-Apparently the uninstall of e2 v5.x was incomplete including leaving the two older licenses intact. Understandably this seemed to confuse the v6.2 installation.
-Re-ran the 5.x uninstall twice, then did a re-install of 6.2, and voila' a new 2018 license appeared. Cleaned the project and got a successful compile. There was much joy throughout the land.-So went to debug the successful compile and back to lack of power error. Console window shows"Connecting to R7FS5D97E, ARM Target GDBServer endian : little Target power : off Starting target connection"
despite LEDs and display backlight being on. The Jlink DLL is present in the C:\Renesas\Synergy\e2studio_v6.2.0_ssp_v1.4.0\DebugComp\Synergy\ARM\Segger directory. Vbox sees 'Segger JLink' under USB devices and allows control of it (causing Device Manager to instantiate it). JLink driver updated, no diff. JLink v6.32 re-installed, same result.... although this did not change JLinkARM in Segger directory under Renesas (will try after this note- had a few Vbox crashes).Finally, less frequently and randomly I get the "localhost:61234: The system tried to join a drive to a directory on a joined drive." error which is what I usually see when a power cycle of the target board is needed- but no help here.
the "Target power: off" message is probably ok - I also get it in the correctly working set.
GDBServer for Renesas targets. Version 6.2.0.v20171214-105831 [7ec76306] (Jan 2 2018 16:23:33)Starting server with the following options: Raw options : C:\Renesas\e2_studio_6_2_0_R20180102\eclipse\/../\DebugComp\\Synergy\e2-server-gdb -g SEGGERJLINKARM -t R7FS7G27H -p 61234 -d 61236 -uSelect= USB -uJLinkSetting= C:\Users\user\e2_studio\workspace_6_2_0_R20180102\Blinky_140/Blinky_140 Debug.jlink -uLowPower= 0 -uInteface= SWD -uIfSpeed= 4000 -uNoReset= 1 -uResetPreRun= 1 -uIdCodeBytes= FFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF -uResetCon= 1 -uSWOcoreClock= 0 -uresetOnReload= 1 -n 0 -uFlashBp= 0 -uSimulation= 0Connecting to R7FS7G27H, ARM Target GDBServer endian : little Target power : off Starting target connectionFinished target connectionTarget connection status - OKStarting downloadOption Function Select, writing to address 0x00000400 with data fffffffffffdffffSECMPUxxx, writing to address 0x00000408 with data ffffffffffffffffffffffffffffffff...Finished download
I have the same issue. I'm trying to configure the NetX HTTP server on E2 Studio 6.2.0 with SSP 1.4.0.
Have you any suggest to solve it?
Here below a screen of the project.
Many thanks in advance, regards
A. Barbieri - Como Italy
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