Linux-aware Debugging


We will have a quick look on the fundamentals using TRACE32 to reach a common base of TRACE32 experience. You will learn about the command set as well as the PDF documentation and usage of the help system. Customizing the GUI for your projects is an optional topic. Then we explain On-chip, Software, Markers and advanced/conditional breakpoints. Now we are ready to focus on Linux debugging.

Based on the script file to setup the Linux training demo we will learn how these script files are usually structured and which parts are essential. Further you'll see the RTOS specific menus and windows which show relevant and important information. Also the specific trace analysis regarding task and run-times are explained.

Languages: English & German
Location: Online & On-Site
Level: Intermediate & Advanced
basic knowledge in Linux and in debugging with TRACE32®
Duration:  12 hours

Available on request



  • Introduction into Lauterbach Hardware
  • License Model
  • Configuration File built with T32Start
  • Setup your Debug Session
  • User Interface and Command Structure
  • Modify Menu- and Tool Bar
  • PDF Help Structure


  • CPU and Peripheral Registers
  • Memory Access
  • SMP vs. AMP Debugging, Synchronization
  • Load the Application Program
  • Symbols, Variables and Functions
  • Breakpoints


  • Practice Script Language
  • Create and Debug a Script
  • Dialog Programming
  • Tracing the Application
  • Understanding the Traced Results
  • Performance and Statistical Analysis


  • Setup scripts for Target RTOS awareness
  • Task Listing and Details
  • Debugging a new User Process
  • Debugging a Module
  • Debugging a Module
  • Tracing a Multicore Linux Application
  • Task-Runtime Analysis

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Alexander Hermann