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Can I write my own OS awareness?

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Can I write my own OS awareness?

Lauterbach provides an extension development kit (EDK) that can be used to write an awareness. The EDK is delivered by Lauterbach on request (support@lauterbach.com). The EDK is free of charge.

Compiling with the edk under ubuntu

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The EDK compiler cannot find libmpfr and libgmp under ubuntu

Please install the 32 bit versions of both libraries. Creating a symbolic link from /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/libmpfr.so.1 to /usr/lib32/libmpfr.so may also be necessary.


PPCSIM Trap

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The error message "PPCSIM Trap <number>" appears when using the OS awareness

This error message is due to an incompatibility between the TRACE32 software and the loaded OS awareness.

Problems with Symbol Addresses

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Why does all RTOS menus/commands report: 'Sorry: Couldn't get symbol addresses'

The debugger didn't find the symbol information of the RTOS.
Check, if the kernel is compiled with debug information, and if the kernel symbols are loaded and accessible.

Updates of Awareness Files

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Where do I get updates of the awareness?

The TRACE32 software releases available for download on the Lauterbach web site contain all latest RTOS awareness files.
For intermediate update please contact support@lauterbach.com.




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