FAQs for OS-aware Debugging


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Can I write my own OS awareness?
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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.

The EDK compiler cannot find libmpfr and libgmp under ubuntu.
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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.

The error message "PPCSIM Trap <number>" appears when using the OS awareness.
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This error message is due to an incompatibility between the TRACE32 software and the loaded OS awareness.

Where do I get updates of the awareness?
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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.

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




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