cd to the directory containing an image of your 29K
program on the Unix system, and start GDB---specifying as argument the
name of your 29K program:
cd /usr/joe/work29k gdb myfoo
Now you can use the
target amd-eb /dev/ttya 9600 MYFOO
In this example, we've assumed your program is in a file called
`myfoo'. Note that the filename given as the last argument to
target amd-eb should be the name of the program as it appears to DOS.
In our example this is simply
MYFOO, but in general it can include
a DOS path, and depending on your transfer mechanism may not resemble
the name on the Unix side.
At this point, you can set any breakpoints you wish; when you are ready
to see your program run on the 29K board, use the GDB command
To stop debugging the remote program, use the GDB
To return control of the PC to its console, use
once again, after your GDB session has concluded, to attach to
EBMON. You can then type the command
q to shut down
EBMON, returning control to the DOS command-line interpreter.
CTTY con to return command input to the main DOS console,
and type ~. to leave
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