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Re: FYI: gdb-4.18 + target ARM (or Thumb) used with Angel + DebianGNU/Linux
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- Subject: Re: FYI: gdb-4.18 + target ARM (or Thumb) used with Angel + DebianGNU/Linux
- From: Jonathan Larmour <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 28 Jul 1999 02:53:19 +0000
- Organization: Cygnus Solutions
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Christian Ericsson wrote:
> gdb-4.18 will not work with the configuration above, if not
> I have been trying to get target debugging to work with
> Atmel evaluation board featuring the ARM7TDMI processor.
> The command "target rdi /dev/ttyS0" didn't work in gdb-4.18.
> The problem was that normal Linux systems use /dev/cua0
> as the first serial port, but Debian GNU/Linux 2.1 (which I use)
> use /dev/ttyS0 instead.
Well spotted. Actually, /dev/cua is deprecated on all modern linux systems
It turns out after a quick look that the GDB team has already found and
fixed this problem. You can get a fixed snapshot from
http://sourceware.cygnus.com/gdb/. It's fixed in the gdb-19990719 snapshot
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