- xpm support
- Arm toolchain support
- RISC-V toolchain support
- OpenOCD support
- QEMU Arm support
- xPack chatroom - a place for users to chat
In case you encounter problems while using the xPack tools, please consider the following:
- read carefully the documentation pages
- check the release pages for Known issues
- check the FAQ pages
- check the GitHub Discussions for the specific project
- check the GitHub Issues for the specific project
Ask questions in GitHub Discussions
If you still could not find a solution, if you have interesting use cases, if you have custom configurations, and generally if you have any experience that you want to share with others, please use the GitHub Discussions.
Discuss live in the chat room
For live discussions between users, you can use the xPack chatroom. This may be a great way to share experience, but for support the Discussions are preferred.
Register a new support ticket only if necessary
If you are convinced that you identified a bug (if you have doubts, use GitHub Discussions), or you have a pertinent suggestion how to enhance the xPack tools, please use the specific GitHub Issues trackers.
Use of the Disqus comments
Most web pages have a Disqus comments section at the bottom. Comments and clarifications on the content of the web page that might be useful for other readers are welcomed there.
For question and general support, please use the GitHub Discussions.
Web pages issues
If you discover problems in the content of these pages (typos, wrong phrasing, etc), or you have suggestions on how to improve the documentation, you can fork the web-jekyll.git project and send a Pull Request, or use the GitHub Issues tracker.
Use of private e-mail
Sending private messages will be automatically replied with a link to this page. The reason for this rude behaviour is simply an attempt to use the time more efficiently; since Discussions are archived, other people having similar problems might benefit from the answers.
Comments on the content of this page that might be useful for other readers are welcomed here. For question and general support, please use GitHub Discussions.