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Can't remote debug C++ [message #1857041] Fri, 13 January 2023 20:18
Craig Cervo is currently offline Craig CervoFriend
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Registered: July 2013
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I have developed with eclipse for C++, Java and Python for several years.
Now I am attempting to cross develop C++ programs from Ubuntu Linux to Raspberry Pi.
1) I'm running Eclipse IDE for C/C++ Developers (includes Incubating components)
Version: 2021-03 (4.19.0)
Build id: 20210312-0638
2) I've installed the gnu tool chains to cross develop from Linux to Arm
3) I've compiled a C++ hello world program for Raspberry Pi Arm on Linux
4) I've installed the matching gdbserver on my Raspberry Pi
5) I can ssh from Ubuntu to Raspberry PI
6) I used rcp to copy RaspberryPiHelloWorld executable fro Ubuntu
to Raspberry Pi
7) I have ssh's to Raspberry Pi and ran the executable i delivered.
8) It runs.
9) I've tried to configure remote debugging in Eclipse on my Ubuntu machine,
but have been unsuccessful. Eclipse just exits while trying to configure
remote debugging. No error messages. No logs it just exits.
10) see attached file SC_1_2023-01-13 14-31-37.png this is the main configuration
screen. I then select Connection: Rasp3 Edit...
11) see attached file SC_2_2023-01-13 14-33-23.png This screen appears.
12 ) I select "Password based authentication" and enter the correct password.
13) I click on Finish. After 20-30 seconds, Eclipse just exits.
How do I fix this? How do I debug it? Are there any log files?
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