Remote debugging w/o symbols

Mike Frysinger vapier@gentoo.org
Thu Jul 1 17:00:00 GMT 2010


On Thursday, July 01, 2010 07:37:38 Mathias Lafeldt wrote:
> is there any way I can do remote debugging without using a command like
> "file" to get the symbols?
> 
> After running "target remote ..." to connect to a remote stub, "dump" or
> "disassemble" fail due to a memory access error. I know that the symbols
> are required for source-level debugging, but I guess there still must be
> a way to dump memory and disassemble it without them.
> 
> Manually defining memory regions with "mem" didn't change the situation.

you need to show the actual commands you're running and the output you're 
seeing.  i do remote debugging with no symbols all the time and dont have 
problems reading/writing/disassembling random pieces of memory.
-mike
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