No GDB file

Joel Sherrill Joel.Sherrill at
Sun Apr 28 13:27:13 UTC 2013

Invoking the PowerPC simulator to run the psim bsp requires a complicated invocation with a device tree file.  Trying to remember all the nuances of invoking each simulator is why rtems-testing/sim-scripts exists.

 Clone the repo. Type make and you will get psim and psim-gsb scripts which should work

Gedare Bloom <gedare at> wrote:

Try powerpc-rtems4.11-run filename.exe

Or check out rtems-testing.git and use the sim-scripts/psim path/to/filename.exe

On Apr 27, 2013 10:12 PM, "Binkowski, Cassio" <cassioiks at<mailto:cassioiks at>> wrote:
Ok. Installed it.

When I try to run my .exe (and an example one) it returns the following:

rtems- (classic FPU)/psim) PANIC cannot initialize exceptions
core_find_mapping() - access to unmaped address, attach a default map to handle this - addr=0xc131000 nr_bytes=0x4 processor=0x7bfe000 cia=0x16dc

If I type "bt" in the command line, it returns "Target is executing.".

Does anybody know what can be done?


On Sat, Apr 27, 2013 at 9:22 PM, Joel Sherrill <Joel.Sherrill at<mailto:Joel.Sherrill at>> wrote:

You would have had to explicitly install or build gdb. PowerPC gdb is supported and uses the psim bsp.

"Binkowski, Cassio" <cassioiks at<mailto:cassioiks at>> wrote:

Hi all,

I have built RTEMS from source for PowerPC a while ago, but I have just realized there is no powerpc-rtems4.11-gdb file, thus not allowing me to test my .exe.

Is that correct? Have I built it wrongly? Is there another way to test it?


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