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RE: gdbserver and arm - please help

I get the same behavior with the current snapshot.

should the below scenario work - or is it still a work in progress.

if it is a work in progress should any remote debugging scenarios work with
the below configurations?


-----Original Message-----
From: Daniel Jacobowitz []
Sent: Thursday, April 25, 2002 4:08 PM
To: Kevin Squail Endres
Cc: ''
Subject: Re: gdbserver and arm - please help

On Thu, Apr 25, 2002 at 04:04:38PM -0700, Kevin Squail Endres wrote:
> i am trying to get gdbserver working on the arm (through applying various
> patches - i can get it to build correctly - but it doesnt function as i
> would expect)
> i386 environment: gdb-5.1.1 crosstargeted for arm binaries (i can read the
> symbol info from the binaries correctly - it works as expected)
> arm: gdbserver built for the arm target with the attached patches applied
> built the full gdb targeted and hosted on the arm - it works correctly on
> the arm) - i also edited config.h in the gdb dir to define the NM file
> (config/arm/nm-linux.h) - it compiles without error.
> when i run a program under gdbserver and target remote via gdb (using TCP)
> the connection is formed but i get:
> 0x40002520 in ??() echoed to gdb.
> if i do 'info stack' in gdb
> i get:
> #0 0x40002520 in ??()
> #1 0x0000000 in ??() in gdb
> if i 'step' or 'next':
> 'Cannot find bounds of current function'
> kill terminates the program as expected.
> Any help is appreciated!

Please try a current CVS snapshot.  GDBserver has undergone substantial
work since 5.1.1.

Daniel Jacobowitz                           Carnegie Mellon University
MontaVista Software                         Debian GNU/Linux Developer

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