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On a side note, jtagd will be started by jtagconfig if not already running, as the same user that started jtagd.
Altera Byte Blaster – Tag Connect
Unable to lock chain Insufficient port permissions Please Help. For further trouble-shooting, running jtagd with some debug command-line options can give useful information:. At first, you must make sure that jtagd is not running, since if it is already running as a user, trying to start it as root will have no effect. Hence eepps command will work as well, but jtagd should be killed first. Save to an existing parts list Save to a new parts list.
If I write a good post, then I have been good for nothing. I wrote a fairly complete Arch Linux wiki page about Altera softwares on Linux if you want more details.
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USB Blaster – MCEWiki
Please select an existing parts list. Not with Xilinx tools, though.
Save to parts list Save to parts list. My environment is Quartus Prime See that page for more details. Im broke at the minuite so I byteeblaster only aford cheap equipmet to get started on.
Please don’t recommend running commands like this as root it’s not only a security problem, a tool which leaves log files behind may byteblastdr block the user from overwriting those ; granting permission to the byteblwster node as in the second half of your post is far more appropriate. For further trouble-shooting, running jtagd with some debug command-line options can give useful information: The Manufacturers disclaim all warranties including implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose and are not liable for any damages arising from your use of or your inability to use the Information downloaded from this website.
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JTAG Pinout Altera ByteBlaster II
Unable to lock chain Insufficient port permissions Ask Question. Carl 7 If the above is successful, this is indeed a port permission problem.
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Using Altera’s USB-Blaster on Debian Linux