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How to run remote debugger server on MPC860 ?
- Date: Wed, 29 Mar 2000 12:10:52 +0200
- From: valette at crf.canon.fr (Eric Valette)
- Subject: How to run remote debugger server on MPC860 ?
> Li HongSong wrote:
> I have finished porting BSP for MPC860 and want to make a
> bootloaderwhich contains RTEMS kernel, TCP/IP stack and
> Remote Debugger Server. But in "librdbg/src/powerpc" directory
> there is only one directory named "mcp750", I wonder if RDBG
> doesn't support mpc860 at present. Is there an easy way to add or
> port to support mpc860 ? (I'm now using rtems-4.5.0-beta1c)
> Any help would be appreciated !
With E. Raguet, I have done the implementation of GDB/RGDB on MCP750.
Mainly RDBG requires enhanced exception support (same kind than on 6xx).
As this support is available only for MCP750 (and MVME2300), porting
RGDB on 860 is more difficult. If you implement exception/irq support as
on MCP750, you should be able to use the RGDB code directly...
Hope this helps...
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