Ahhhh, I truly love the Texas BBQ (see “BBQ Smoker Monitoring Robot“)! And what I love the most is Beef Brisket. Unfortunately, I cannot travel each time to the US to get some brisket. So good or bad, I have to make the brisket myself :-). The challenge is that outside of Texas, ‘Brisket’ probably is an unknown thing, especially in my area. In the usual grocery stores and supermarket, if I ask for a brisket, they they just shake their heads and ask “brisket what?”. Of course, my local butcher (Messerli, Metzger meines Vertrauens!) in Steinen knew exactly what I need for a Brisket :-): a special cut of beef from the lower chest of beef.
On Tuesday, I sent my wife to pre-order my cut of beef, and this morning we picked it up in the butcher’s store. An excellent piece, already trimmed, 1.662 kg:
Raw Beef Brisket
Sometimes, there are ugly bugs in tools, and without knowing about them, it is likely to spend hours and hours, and of course to be frustrated. Knowing about these issues does not remove the issue, but at least helps to cut time to deal with it. And here is one which was nagging on me for a while with the GNU GDB debugger in Eclipse…..
💡 I have used the Q4 2014 GNU ARM Embedded (launchpad) toolsuite/gdb (4.9-2014-q4-major), and I have found that with that gdb version the issue described is fixed. If you are using Kinetis Design Studio, see “Switching ARM GNU Tool Chain and Libraries in Kinetis Design Studio” how to upgrade the tool chain.
I was happily debugging my project, making some changes, and suddenly I cannot debug it any more. What happens is that I can download the binary with GDB, but it immediately terminates and disconnects:
Terminating Gracefully Target Disconnected
After digging and doing some trial and errors, I have found what is causing this.
Target has been RESET and is active.
Disconnected from "127.0.0.1" via 127.0.0.1