4. Build and Load
Let's take your S32K116EVB2Q048 or S32K118EVB2Q048 boards for a test drive.
4.1 Communicate with Run-Time Debugger
Launch the FreeMASTER application:
Configure the communication port through OpenSDA with a 115200 b/s speed rate:
Manually = Project → Options → Comm
Automatically = Tools → Connection Wizard
Learn more about OpenSDA at Projects and Tutorials.
4.2 FreeMASTER JumpStart Project Loaded
The FreeMASTER JumpStart project description:
Learn more about the FreeMASTER JumpStart project features at Projects and Tutorials.
4.3 Import and Debug the Project to IDE
Launch the S32 Design Studio for Arm and select a default Workspace or specify a new one, then click OK.
To create a new project, select File → New → Project
Choose a project name and then select a project type, then click Next.
Select Debugger Support and Library Support, then click Finish.
4.4 Set Up Debug Configuration
Select OpenSDA to debug with it.
Select your project, and click on Debug Configuration.
Select the debug configuration under GDB PEMicro Interface Debugging, click the Debugger tab.
In Interface, select OpenSDA. If your board is plugged in, it should appear in Port.
To finish, click Apply then Debug.