On Tue, Sep 17, 2002 at 12:24:14PM -0500, Steven J. Hill wrote:
> Stuart Hughes wrote:
> >Does anyone know whether there is some special setup needed on
> >gdb/gdbserver to use the multi-threaded gdbserver ??
> Wow, there are so many things to tell you...where to start...
Steve, have you started memorizing my responses again? :)
> >My environment is as follows:
> >CPU: NEC VR5432
> >kernel: linux-2.4.18 + patches
> >glibc: 2.2.3 + patches
> >gdb: 5.2/3 from CVS
> Has to be the gdb-5.3 branch...go look at http://sources.redhat.com/gdb
> >gcc: 3.1
> >binutils: Version 188.8.131.52.25
> Don't use H.J. Lu's binutils, use the released one. Use gcc-3.2 and
> binutils-2.13 as they have fixes for the MIPS debugging symbols with
> regards to DWARF.
> >cross-gdb configured using:
> >configure --prefix=/usr --target=mipsel-linux --disable-sim
> >--disable-tcl --enable-threads --enable-shared
> Use '--target=mips-linux' and you'll be better off. Don't worry, it
> will support both endians.
Except for this one - where'd that come from? It should make no
functional difference either way, at least assuming you always give GDB
> >gdbserver configured using:
> >configure --prefix=/usr --host=mipsel-linux --target=mipsel-linux
> >--enable-threads --enable-shared
> I would also try 'CC=mipsel-linux-gcc configure <...>'.
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