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Manual Reference Pages  -  JTAG (1)

NAME

jtag - UrJTAG command shell

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Options
Arguments
Files
Bugs
Authors
History

SYNOPSIS

jtag [-hinqv] file ...

DESCRIPTION

UrJTAG is a software package which enables working with JTAG-aware (IEEE 1149.1) hardware devices (parts) and boards through JTAG adapter.

OPTIONS

-h, --help Display a short help text and exit.
-i, --interactive
  Enter interactive mode after executing commands from files (this is the default if no files are named on the command line).
-n, --norc Disable reading ~/.jtag/rc on startup.
-q, --quiet
  Do not print help on startup.
-v, --version
  Display version information and exit.

ARGUMENTS

If arguments remain after option processing, they are taken as names of files containing JTAG commands, one per line. Unless the --interactive option was specified, the program will exit after processing the commands from the file[s].

FILES

~/.jtag/rc
A per-user text file containing JTAG commands to execute at startup.
/usr/share/urjtag
Data files about various CPUs, flash chips etc.

BUGS

Bugs are tracked at the project homepage, http://www.urjtag.org.

SEE ALSO

bsdl2jtag(1)

AUTHORS

Authors and contributors are listed in the AUTHORS and THANKS files in the source documentation.

HISTORY

JTAG Tools originally have been developed as part of the openwince project by Marcel Telka. They became an independent project named UrJTAG in late 2007.

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