To connect your ST2000 to the host system, see the manufacturer's manual. Once the ST2000 is physically attached, you can run:
target st2000 dev speed
to establish it as your debugging environment. dev is normally
the name of a serial device, such as `/dev/ttya', connected to the
ST2000 via a serial line. You can instead specify dev as a TCP
connection (for example, to a serial line attached via a terminal
concentrator) using the syntax
attach commands are not defined for
this target; you must load your program into the ST2000 as you normally
would for standalone operation. GDB reads debugging information
(such as symbols) from a separate, debugging version of the program
available on your host computer.
These auxiliary GDB commands are available to help you with the ST2000 environment:
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