SPARC-RTEMS5-GDB no symbol "remotebaud" in context
joel at rtems.org
Mon Apr 8 20:23:15 UTC 2019
On Mon, Apr 8, 2019, 3:08 PM Michel Macena <mmacena.eng at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have compiled a modified version of file hello_world_c from
> example V2 repository 4-10-2 version in SPARC-RTEMS5-GCC.
> The only modification was on the text of "Hello World".
> Command line:
>> sparc-rtems5-gcc -Wall -g -B /home/inpe/masters_p
>> roject/rtems/5/sparc-rtems5/erc32/lib -specs bsp_specs -qrtems
>> -o /home/inpe/rtems_examples/compile_test/hello_test/hello2.exe
> After that I tried to connect to an ERC 32 chipset board through
> sparc-rtems5-gdb in
> order to load and test the file.
> the first command worked:
> but when I put
>> set remotebaud 19200
> in order to set the baud rate of the connection sparc-rtems5-gdb returns:
>> No symbol "remotebaud" in current context.
> As far as I know the old documents I have here from the board give
> using this command to connect and debug. Also I it is worth noting that
> "-g" flag was used do compile and no optimization flag was used. The board
> comes with rdbmon v1.1 programmed to allow remote debugging.
> Could someone explain ?
Did you do target remote before setting the baudrate?
And this version of the gdb manual shows a different looking command.
Is that from an old example? Did they show the gdb version in the example?
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