Configure Other JTAG Interfaces
For guidance about which JTAG interface to select when using OpenOCD with ESP32, refer to the section Selecting JTAG Adapter. Then follow the configuration steps below to get it working.
Identify all pins/signals on JTAG interface and ESP32 board that should be connected to establish communication.
MTDO / GPIO15
MTDI / GPIO12
MTCK / GPIO13
MTMS / GPIO14
Verify if ESP32 pins used for JTAG communication are not connected to some other hardware that may disturb JTAG operation.
Connect identified pin/signals of ESP32 and JTAG interface.
You may need to install driver software to make JTAG work with computer. Refer to documentation of your JTAG adapter for related details.
On Linux, adding OpenOCD udev rules is required and is done by copying the udev rules file into the
Connect JTAG interface to the computer. Power on ESP32 and JTAG interface boards. Check if the JTAG interface is visible on the computer.
To carry on with debugging environment setup, proceed to section Run OpenOCD.