Newsgroups: comp.unix.programmer, comp.os.linux.embedded
From: "Mark" <mark_cruzNOTFORS...@hotmail.com>
Date: Fri, 19 Oct 2012 18:08:30 -0400
Local: Fri, Oct 19 2012 6:08 pm
Subject: Re: memory protection in linux kernels
"Scott Lurndal" <sc...@slp53.sl.home> wrote in messagenews:R2Wfs.firstname.lastname@example.org...
>>> Turn on CONFIG_KDB and use kdb to set a watchpoint on the location being[skip]
>>> corrupted. The processor will automatically stop and drop into kdb
>>> when the location is modified.
>>Thank you. The target is ARM-based and runs the kernel 22.214.171.124, which hasAfter googling and reading I've set up kgdb over serial line, I can break
>>only KGDB support, i.e. as I understand it allows to debug via rs232. What
>>is the difference with KDB?
> KDB is built in; it doesn't require a client on another machine like KGDB;
into the debugger (by stopping the kernel via /proc/sysrq-trigger) and
connect from host gdb, which is part of ARM toolchain.
Basically I have development board running embedded linux abd the driver I'm
After I connect with host gdb to the target, I'm no longer able to do telnet
Is it expected or I'm doing something wrong, and there's a way to have alive
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