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Forum: ARM programming with GCC/GNU tools Anyone has the GDB inicialization commands to debug in LPC1768?


Author: camilo chaves (Company: Student) (bikebogota)
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Hi! My question is simple:

Which GDB commands to use in Eclipse with my LPC1768 target and an 
OpenOCD-usb interface? believe me, I cant find them in the internet.

Thanks,

Author: Oliver (Guest)
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Believe me, you can ;)

A good starting point ist the Yagarto-page.

Oliver

Author: camilo chaves (Company: Student) (bikebogota)
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Hi. Yagarto shows examples for other targets, not my LPC1768, and 
yagarto's commands are not compatible.

If anyone has the commands please post them.

Author: Michael Fischer (mifi)
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Hello,

take a look at the page:
http://www.yagarto.de/howto/examples/index.html

Here you will find a LPC1768 example too.
But you must "translate" the GDB commands
to OpenOCD.

Regards,
Michael

Author: camilo chaves (Company: Student) (bikebogota)
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Hi...

I will answer myself:
I found the commands in a polish website:
http://www.freddiechopin.info/index.php ... y/35-arm/5 
9-arm-toolchain-tutorial?start=4

monitor reset
Monitor soft_reset_halt
MWW monitor 0xE01FC040 0x0002
load


I also put in the run commands:

monitor reg r13 = (0x10000000)
monitor reg pc = (0x10000004)
continue


That was all, but it was so difficult to find. Now i can debug on chip 
with my LPC1768!

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