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Macraigor Systems (Brookline Village, MA) has introduced the On-Chip Debug Technology (OCDemon) to the Linux platform using the usb2Demon and debug interface.

ImageThis new port gives engineers who prefer developing on a Linux host platform the high speed and flexibility of using the usb2Demon to debug, test, and program the target system. GNU toolsets are available as downloads from its Web site at no cost. Fully installable versions of the GNU toolsets for both Windows and Linux are available with demonstration programs. Also available is a version of LibRemote, which allows developers to use other versions of the GNU toolset. The GNU toolsets are ready to be installed on a Linux system, and support various processors including ARM, MIPS, Power- PC, and XScale. Once installed, all appropriate drivers are available for several of the company's debug interfaces including usb2Demon, mpDemon for an Ethernet interface, and the Raven parallel port debugger.

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