If possible, could you please list which version of gcc & binutils you =
are using? Or even better send me a copy of your .config files for =
buildroot and uClibc?
So you used buildroot 1088 to build a gdbserver binary for the gumstix. =
How do you connect to that? I assume you told buildroot to build a gdb =
executable for your host system and you use that? Or do you use the gdb =
which came with your host distribution? If the latter, what version of =
gdb is that and which distribution do you use?
Are you able to debug both statically linked & dynamically linked =
executables? Are you using the softfloat library or are you using the =
kernel floating point emulator?
Very nice to hear someone has got this working. Hoping I can do the =
From: gumstix-users-bounces@... =
[mailto:gumstix-users-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Nick =
Sent: 11 September 2006 06:15
To: General mailing list for gumstix users.
Subject: Re: [Gumstix-users] GDB Again
On 9/8/06, thomas.cooksey@... <thomas.cooksey@...> wrote:
I thought I'd post just one more time to see if anyone has got gdb to
work on the gumstix.=20
Assuming gdb is broken, perhaps it should be removed from the buildroot
I use the GDB server 6.4 for remote debugging with Gumstix buildroot =
The server compiles and works fine for me, no problems there.=A0 I don't =
compile the GDB client for the Gumstix.=20