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Access and Modify Your Xbox 360 Data on PC with Usb Xtaf Gui Version 31 16



INSTALLDIR="C:\Program Files\Skype for Business Server 2015\")...failure code 1638Error returned while installing OcsCore.msi(Feature_LocalMgmtStore), code 1638. Error Message: Another version of this product is already installed. Installation of this version cannot continue. To configure or remove the existing version of this product, use Add/Remove Programs in Control Panel. For more details please consult log at C:\Users\[User]\AppData\Local\Temp\1\Add-OcsCore.msi-Feature_LocalMgmtStore-[Date][Time].log




Usb Xtaf Gui Version 31 16


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This issue occurs because UCMA 5.0 SDK installs a newer version of OCSCore.msi than Local Configuration Store. Therefore, you cannot install Local Configuration Store after the UCMA 5.0 SDK installation.


The GNU Project Debugger (GDB) is a freely available and open source debugger, distributed under the terms of the GPL.It can be used in command line mode, but is also integrated in many IDEs like emIDE or Eclipse.The latest Unix version of the GDB is freely available from the GNU committee under: GNU.org


The GUI version of the J-Link GDB Server (JLinkGDBServer.exe/JLinkGDBServerExe) is part of the J-Link Software and Documentation Pack .When starting J-Link GDB Server a configuration dialog pops up, letting you select the needed configurations to connect to J-Link and target.


Other commands to set up the target (e.g. Set PC to RAM, initialize external flashes) can be entered here, too.emIDE will automatically start the J-Link GDB Server on start of the debug session.If it does not, or an older version of J-Link GDB Server starts, in emIDE click on JLink -> Run the JLink-plugin configuration.For download and more information about emIDE, please refer to emide.org.


Starts the GDB Server with the option to listen on localhost only (This means that only TCP/IP connections from localhost are accepted) or on any IP address.To allow remote debugging (connecting to GDBServer from another PC), deactivate this option.If no parameter is given, it will be set to 1 (active).Note: For the GUI version, this setting is persistent for following uses of GDB Server until changed via command line option or the GUI.


Starts the GDB Server with the option to write the output into a log file.If no file is given via -log , the log file will be created in the GDB Server application directory.Note: For the GUI version, this setting is persistent for following uses of GDB Server until changed via -nologtofile or the GUI.


Halts the target after connecting to it on start of J-Link GDB Server.For most IDEs this option is mandatory since they rely on the target to be halted after connecting to GDB Server.Note: For the GUI version, this setting is persistent for following uses of GDB Server until changed via -nohalt or the GUI.


Starts GDB Server with the option to allow remote connections (from outside localhost).Same as -localhostonly 0.Note: For the GUI version, this setting is persistent for following uses of GDB Server until changed via command line option or the GUI.


Starts the GDB Server with the option to not write the output into a log file.Note: For the GUI version, this setting is persistent for following uses of J-Link GDB Server until changed via -nologtofile or the GUI.When this option is used after -log, no log file will be generated, when -log is used after this option,a log file will be generated and this setting will be overridden.


When connecting to the target after starting GDB Server, the target is not explicitly halted and the CPU registers will not be initiated.After closing all GDB connections the target is started again and continues running.Some IDEs rely on the target to be halted after connect.In this case do not use -nohalt, but -halt. Note: For the GUI version, this setting is persistent for following uses of GDB Server until changed via -halt or the GUI.


Starts the GDB Server in non-silent mode. All log window messages will be shown.Note: For the GUI version, this setting is persistent for following uses of GDB Server until changed via command line option or the GUI.


Starts the GDB Server in non-topmost mode.All windows can be placed above it.Note: For the CL version this setting has no effect. For the GUI version, this setting is persistent for following uses of GDB Server until changed via command line option or the GUI.


Starts the GDB Server in silent mode.No log window messages will be shown.Note: For the GUI version, this setting is persistent for following uses of GDB Server until changed via command line option or the GUI.


Starts the GDB Server in topmost mode.It will be placed above all non-topmost windows and maintains it position even when it is deactivated.Note: For the CL version this setting has no effect. For the GUI version, this setting is persistent for following uses of GDB Server until changed via command line option or the GUI.


Set the timeout after which the target connection has to be established.If no connection could be established GDB Server will close.The default timeout is 5 seconds for the GUI version and 0 for the command line version.Note: The recommended order is to power the target, connect it to J-Link and then start GDB Server.


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