Re: Kernel Debugging

Am 26.03.2010 10:39 schrieb Pandi:
Am working on linux 2.6.21. Is this possible to debug my kernel module
with linux kernel from windows PC? If it is possible, could any one
direct me on how can be done, procedure and package to download and
setting break point and getting memory foot print or any web pages to
get more information etc., Thanks

I've never done that, but it should be possible with kdb over a serial
console connected through a null modem cable to the Windows PC. On the
Windows PC you'd use some terminal emulator like Hyperterm or PuTTY.


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