Being bought out of my own pocket, so it has to be cheap.
I've seen this http://www.lart.tudelft.nl/projects/jtag and it looks
really great, but despite l33t s0ftware skillz on my part, I'm not
really sure how I'd go about constructing such a device, actually, I'd
actually be really interested in how to do that, but, primarily, I'm
looking for a nice cheap means of getting my laptop talking to a JTAG
interface on an pxa255 PCB.
So if somebody out there has a good recommdation for an arm/XScale JTAG
wiggler thats !=$10,000 and is preferably a parallel port guy, so that I
can use Linux tools to talk to flash, or indeed if someone has such a
bit of kit taking up space that needs getting rid of .. .I'd be
appreciatve to hear about it.
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