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Kernel Debug with Eclipse, openocd and jlink

Question asked by Matteo Fabiani on Oct 16, 2012
Latest reply on Mar 3, 2014 by Yixing Kong


I'm trying to debug linux kernel in i.mx28EVK board. I have installed openocd, gdb, segger jlink driver and by means of the linux console and I can via telnet command place brakpoint for example at a certain memory address, stop and resume kernel but, what I want, is place breakpoint at a certain line of kernel source and view cpu register ecc..I'm not be able of connect openocd to eclipse for kernel debuging.

Have you a tutorial, a link or discussion in the forum that explain how I can configure eclipse to work with openocd and so debug the kernel?

Do you have any suggest?




Thanks a lot!