In “tinyK20 Open Source ARM Debug/Universal Board – First Prototypes” I talked about using a USB thumb drive enclosure for the board, so here is the idea:
In case you face problems with launching GDB: Then I have a quick solution (well: workaround): kill the GDB server and or client process. The problem can show up in many way, but in general gdb is stuck or does not respond:
But it could be an error message like this too:
Error in services launch sequence Starting J-Link GDB Server timed out.
Students worked hard implementing their robots for the coming Sumo battles. Amazing looking Sumo Robots are the result :-). Have a look yourself:
Happy Sumoing :-)
After the proof of concept phase (see “Proof of Concept: Open Source ARM SWD Debug and General Purpose Board“), the first prototypes are ready:
Tired of my tech articles? Too much geeky Eclipse stuff? Well, then I have something completely different for you: Smoking Baby Back Ribs! No electronics, no microcontroller, no software: only heavy metal, fire wood, meat and beer :-).
:!: WARNING: this post shows raw meat and alcoholic beverages! You are only allowed to continue reading if you are 18 years or older ;-)
Wondering why the Eclipse Project view might not show all files in the Project Explorer view? For example it shows this:
But on disk I have more files? Where are they?