I'm trying to test the DS5-debugger, I have ARM development studio professional edition with an evaluation license. For this purpose, I'm following this tutorial https://developer.arm.com/tools-and-software/embedded/legacy-tools/ds-5-development-studio/resources/tutorials/linux-application-debug-tutorial. The target board is hardkernel ODROID-XU4 running on ubuntu 18.04 Bionic Beaver, and features heterogenous Armv7 architecture. When I reach step 5 of the tutorial and click debug, the debugger tries to start for few seconds. then the following error message pops-up
I have gdbserver version 8.3 installed on the target board, what are the possible reason for this issue, and how can I resolve it, knowing that I have full access to the device using RSE ?
Hello, the documentation states that a version 7.0 or later is needed, so I think you should be able to use this.Can you open a terminal via the debugger (right click on the RSE connection)?
From there, is it possible for you to start the application under gdb from the command line, then configure DS-5* to connect to an already running gdbserver... does that work?Ronan*FYI DS-5 is an older product, I recommend you try out Arm Development Studio. A 30 day evaluation version is also available for this
I solved the problem, all I needed to do is using "root" as the hostname.
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