I am pretty new to Eclipse. Trying to set up to do remote debugging.
Here is situation, I am connecting to remote machine running Linux, I am running Windows.
1) I have installed all the necessary tool for Eclipse, and was able to connect to Linux machine.
2) Remote machine has
Usage: gdbserver [OPTIONS] COMM PROG [ARGS ...]
gdbserver [OPTIONS] --attach COMM PID
gdbserver [OPTIONS] --multi COMM
COMM may either be a tty device (for serial debugging), or
HOST:PORT to listen for a TCP connection.
--debug Enable debugging output.
gdbserver needs more arguments. For example, say
gdbserver localhost:1337 yourprogram yourprogramarguments and keep it running.
Then, in Eclipse, create a new debug configuration for a "C/C++ Application". On the main tab, on the bottom, choose
GDB (GSF) Remote System Process Launcher as launcher. On the debugger tab, choose
gdbserver Debugger as the debugger. Under connection, say
TCP as connection type and give
localhost:1337 as address. When you launch the configuration, you may control the remote
gdb by entering commands into the console.