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Re: testing tools
If you are testing your hardware under Linux there is a command line debugger
available called Chipmunk from Delft University of Technology (URL ??).
A DOS utility called DBG is available from http://www.probo.com/html/dbg.htm.
Both utilities can be downloaded free of charge.
Director - Electronic Engineering
Atlantek Microsystems Pty Ltd
Innovation House, Technology Park,
Mawson Lakes, SA, 5095, AUSTRALIA
Frederic Khoury wrote:
> We are now developing new hardware for our new system and we are searching
> for tools (software and/or hardware) to analyse, test and debug it. The
> hardware is a custom PCI card containing FPGAs and ASICs.
> We are searching for a test environment that will allow us to generate read
> and write cycles to PCI and AGP memory spaces, run memory tests in PCI and
> AGP memory spaces, dump blocks of system memory, etc...
> We want to be able to write big blocks to memory from a file and also read
> from memory and put the result in a file.
> We also want to test the maximun practical bandwidth with our devices (PCI
> The PCI bus will support 32 and 64 bit PCI at 33 MHz and 66 MHz.
> We are researching something like an exerciser but software.
> If you have any information that could be helpfull, please write back
> Thank you
> Frédéric Khoury
> Visual Systems Engineering
> CAE Electronics Ltd.
> (514)341-6780 ext.4844