Daniel et al
Try changing /etc/inittab to disable the getty, and starting gdbserver
from the system startup scripts in /etc/rc*.
I'm using busybox since, at the time, it was easier than figuring out what
goes on in /etc/rc*
I'll check if there's a way to disable the busybox init or at least tell it
not to start a shell on the serial port. I suppose I could hack busybox to
start gdbserver. Hmmmmm
I'm assuming you have
some other way than that shell on ttyS0 to modify the filesystem :)
Yes. I flash a filesystem image to the pda. I generate the image from
files on my laptop. The problem is squeezing everything into 2mb of flash.
I wonder if I can shove stuff in the 8Mb of ram somehow.
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