- Image Types:
- basesdk-amd64 / sdk-amd64
- Image Deployment:
Test remote debugging with ADE. Cross-build an example HelloWorld agent, deploy it to the target device and debug it with proper backtraces.
- A SDK host.
- An ARM i.MX6 target device reachable via SSH from the SDK host.
- Access to the Apertis source code hosting service at:
- Username and password for the target device.
- Check the IP address of the target device, you'll need it during configuration.
- gdbserver must be installed in the remote device. The debugging port (1234 by default) must be open.
- apertis-dev-tools package is installed on the SDK.
- Install an ARM 32bit sysroot on the host
- Enable key-based SSH login on the target device
- Clone the source code for the HelloWorld sample agent on the SDK host
- Configure target device for debugging
- Finally set up a debug connection to the target device
$ ade sysroot install
$ ssh-keygen -t rsa -m PEM
$ ssh-copy-id user@$HOST
$ git clone https://gitlab.apertis.org/sample-applications/helloworld-simple-agent
$ cd helloworld-simple-agent
$ ade configure --debug --device user@$HOST
$ ade export
$ ade install --device user@$HOST
$ ade debug --device user@$HOST
The sample "Hello World" agent is successfully bundled and pushed to the target device and the application bundle org.apertis.HelloWorldSimpleAgent is available under /Applications on the target device.
The debug connection to gdbserver running on the target device is set up succesfully, the execution of the debugged program can be controlled with GDB commands and the backtrace GDB command is able to resolve debug symbols and print meaningful stacktraces.