|Subject:||Re: gdbserver and Re: hardware questions|
|From:||"Mark and Janice Juszczec" <email@example.com>|
|Date:||Mon, 29 Dec 2003 15:31:36 +0000|
Kevin, et al
If you want more of a "large format" mipsel platform to experiment with, you might be able to find an old "RISC PC" from Siemens or NEC with an R4000 configured little-endian to run NT. Maybe Ralf has one in his attic he'd care to sell you. ;o)
I don't know that it's the root of your problem, but you should definitely get getty/shells off of whatever serial port you're trying to use for debug.
If I have no shell running on the serial port, how would I start gdbserver? Would I have to hard code it into the kernel somehow?
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