Hi, a prelimery result: first way:
my notebook worked aprox. 10h to build a arm-toolchain for cygwin, but after the first compiler runs I abort frustrated... it generates ELF 32-Bit MSB executable (I dont' know why.. shouldn't it be LSB) - of course, binary didn't run
Starting program: /home/Sheeva/src/h2_111
/bin/sh: /home/Sheeva/sr/h2_111: cannot execute binary file
/bin/sh: /home/Sheeva/src/h2_111: Erfolg [color=blue]I don't know why here is german word....[/color]
Program exited with code 01.
warning: Unable to find dynamic linker breakpoint function.
GDB will be unable to debug shared library initializers
and track explicitly loaded dynamic code.
You can't do that without a process to debug.
virtualbox installed on WinXP, debian lenny in the virtual maschine with gcc, gdb ans eclipse - this way need to be compleded with a cross compiler I now just haven't, but soon I will try more...Now new way:
run eclipse with RSE (SSH) on the host, compile and project build via SSH console on the Sheeva - next step is to lern eclipse to load the debuginfos from Sheeva, start the gdbserver on the Sheeva and debug with gdb on the host
Is that procedure realistic to use?
Cause more then 30 Members read my last post, I hope for any comment - of course, also statements to advise me to stop to babble and to persist in my snail shell.