VAR-SOM-AM33 Linux SDK 7 Basic debug with Eclipse
This wiki page explains how to use Eclipse to develop simple application on Variscite's VAR-SOM-AM33.
2 Download and install
$ cd ~/ $ tar xvf ~/Downloads/eclipse-cpp-kepler-SR1-linux-gtk-x86_64.tar.gz
- Install OpenJDK Java 7 runtime using Ubuntu software center
- Run Eclipse:
$ eclipse/eclipse &
2.1 Eclipse installations of additional packages
- Start the Eclipse IDE.
- Make sure you are in your Workbench and select "Install New Software" from the "Help" pull-down menu.
- Select Kepler - http://download.eclipse.org/releases/kepler from the "Work with:" pull-down menu.
- Expand the box next to "Linux Tools" and select the LTTng - Linux Tracing Toolkit boxes.
- Expand the box next to "Mobile and Device Development" and select the following boxes:
- C/C++ Remote Launch
- Remote System Explorer End-user Runtime
- Remote System Explorer User Actions
- Target Management Terminal
- TCF Remote System Explorer add-in
- TCF Target Explorer
- Expand the box next to "Programming Languages" and select the Autotools Support for CDT and C/C++ Development Tools boxes.
- Complete the installation and restart the Eclipse IDE.
Some of the packages may be already installed.
3 Change target's password
$ passwd use root as password type 3 times.
4 Create a simple project for VAR-SOM_AM33
Create a new project:
Set basic information:
Just click next for the default:
Set the tools path and prefix. Browse to the actual SDK location:
Expand the Hello project select the Console tab and hit ctrl b :
Project is built and ready to be debugged.
Switch to Remote System Explorer tab:
Create a new connection select SSH only:
Set target IP and name:
Hit finish to create the remote connection. Right click on the new connection name and hit connect.
Enter user name and password. Use root/root for both:
Hit OK. You should be able to browse target file system via the connection manager.
6 Debug the project on VAR-SOM_AM33 target
Switch back to the c/c++ view. Click on the Hello project from the left tab. Run->Debug configuration. Double click o the C/C++ Remote Application:
Fill the Remote Absolute File path
Switch to debugger tab and fill the gdb prefix:
Hit debug and you should be able to debug the file on target: