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Eclipse Helios/CDT on Windows XP, and the error "Error while launching command: gdb --version". 2. But now thred is initialised but its not mobving ahead. Previously, I had been using the "Nios II 14.0 Software Build Tools for Eclipse" shortcut installed in the Start menu by the Altera installer and encountered the gdbserver problem. There is a "nios2-gdb-server output" > option for the Console window, but that's for output only. Check This Out

Mostly, I'm doing > fine, but there is one feature of the Eclipse interface to gdb that I seem > to be missing - a gdb command window. I love the whooshing noise they make as they go past." Douglas Adams Reply Posted by Jesse Kempa ●August 18, 2004"David Brown" wrote in message news:... > I'm working with The MinGW debugger is available on my system, the PATH environment variable is set to the binary directory and under "Debug Configurations"->debugger->"GDB debugger" gdb.exe is selected explicitly with the full path It will tell you what port it's listening on. 3) Write-down the port-number printed by nios2-gdb-server on a post-it note. 4) Launch a *second* Nios SDK shell from the "Start" menu. https://www.altera.com/support/support-resources/knowledge-base/solutions/rd04292005_660.html

Switching to lpt1 fixed that. In the Eclipse Debug configuration, at the "Debugger" tab, i simply entered "gdb" as the "GDB debugger". Powered by: FUDforum 3.0.2.Copyright ©2001-2010 FUDforum Bulletin Board Software

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Page generated in 0.02179 seconds .:: Contact :: Home ::. Generated Thu, 13 Oct 2016 08:22:41 GMT by s_ac4 (squid/3.5.20) This worked fine for the Nios, and for downloading fpga designs, but the Nios2 debugger could not see the Nios 2. java:1800) at org.eclipse.core.internal.resources.Workspace.run(Workspace.

Results 1 to 5 of 5 Thread: Problem Launching NIOS-II Debugger Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page… Subscribe to this Thread… Search Thread Advanced Search Display Linear Mode I've now tried everything I can think of, so if anyone else has any bright ideas for me, I'd be very grateful! All Rights Reserved. http://www.alteraforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=19780 There is a "nios2-gdb-server output" > option for the Console window, but that's for output only.

It's obvious to me that the gdbserver is not starting but I'm not sure why or how to debug the interface. Thank You Topics Software Architecture × 49 Questions 582 Followers Follow Software × 2,806 Questions 2,530 Followers Follow Eclipse × 58 Questions 55 Followers Follow 8 days ago Share Facebook Twitter Reply With Quote July 26th, 2010,01:35 PM #2 hines1957 View Profile View Forum Posts Altera Scholar Join Date Jul 2010 Posts 25 Rep Power 1 Re: Problem Launching NIOS-II Debugger I Switching to lpt1 fixed that.

It was util and helped me to solve a problem. https://www.fpgarelated.com/showthread/comp.arch.fpga/12469-1.php Contents 1 Setting up USB Blaster 2 Some Background 3 Required Files 4 Download Setting up USB Blaster Make sure your kernel has usbfs enabled. FYI, the "list" of programming cables comes from Quartus (what ever programming cables the Quartus programmer sees, the IDE will have access to). Under Windows, Eclipse requires the "PE Windows Parser", and choosing this, the error messages in debug configurations and debugging itself vanished.

I was not > > too surprised with that, since I have had little luck getting my lpt2 card > > to work with other jtag-type debuggers - in fact, I http://vgadownload.com/error-starting/error-starting-backgroundcontainer-dll.html I've tried refreshing my target connections and I checked the .jdi file and I don't see anything indicating why the server won't start. Please suggest. This would be a > good starting point.

I want to be > able to type my own commands. Search Altera Login Logout Welcome Menu Products Solutions Support About Buy FPGAs Stratix 10 Stratix V Arria 10 Arria V Cyclone V MAX 10 All FPGAs » SoCs Stratix 10 Arria When using other gui front-ends for gdb, > including gvd, insight and ddd, there is no problem doing this, but I can't > find any way to get it in Eclipse. this contact form When using other gui front-ends for gdb, > > including gvd, insight and ddd, there is no problem doing this, but I can't > > find any way to get it

If you have a file named /proc/bus/usb/devices, then you should be OK. To resolve the problem I rebuilt the entire project from scratch using the Eclipse SBT (manually created a new project with the same settings as the old), copied over all the Quite obviously there is a method from the IDE (Mr.

I am using Galileo SR2, Build id: 20100218-1602, with CDT 6.0.2.

There may be more elegant methods of doing this but the above worked for me. I can see now why running gdb-server from the command-line was unlikely to work when I had two cables set up - I had tried without specifing a cable, and with I want to be able to type my own commands. I want to be > able to type my own commands.

Technical questions like the one you've just found usually get answered within 48 hours on ResearchGate. Jesse Kempa Altera Corp. Error starting gdbserver - see console for details. http://vgadownload.com/error-starting/error-starting-serversocket.html Reply With Quote July 27th, 2010,04:05 AM #3 bTau View Profile View Forum Posts Altera Pupil Join Date Jun 2009 Posts 6 Rep Power 1 Re: Problem Launching NIOS-II Debugger My

Any help would be appreciated. I've now got my gdb command prompt from within Eclipse, just as I wanted. > About your problem: Can you download/debug a hello-world type > application without doing the gdb commands David "Jesse Kempa" wrote in message news:[email protected] > "David Brown" wrote in message news:... > > I'm working with a Nios II processor on an Altera fpga. In my case, none of the Binary Parsers was selected.

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