[ECOS] Gdb stubs debugging an a-priori executable?
Wed Nov 14 01:34:00 GMT 2001
>>>>> "Grant" == Grant Edwards <email@example.com> writes:
Grant> So the question is: why does loading data to the first 48 bytes
Grant> in RAM break the gdb stubs? It's an ARM7 platform, in case
Grant> that matters. Do the gdb stubs expect the interrupt vectors to
Grant> be in a certain state?
Because RedBoot enters GDB mode hitting a berakpoint - and you just
changed the vector to point at your program's entry address by
overloading the bottom of RAM.
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