[Lazarus] Remote debugger looses connection to target on Windows 7

Martin Frb lazarus at mfriebe.de
Fri Apr 11 13:34:37 CEST 2014

On 11/04/2014 08:08, Michael Schnell wrote:
> On 04/10/2014 05:30 PM, Martin Frb wrote:
>> So I will not add those gdb/gdbserver myself.
>> I do not know, if anyone else wants to work on that.
> I did try (see the other mail).
>> Also which installer should they be added to? 
> I suppose you mean installer for Lazarus ?
>> The only installer which does arm, is the wince. (and that may also 
>> need some maintenance, not sure, if it comes with gdb out of the box)
> Why that ?
> ARM Linux is a very viable target today. Very famous hardware like 
> Raspberry Pi and (IMHO more appropriate) BeagleBone (black) can run 
> Lazarus native, as they do have rather decent video hardware. I 
> suppose the same installer would be able to support both. (I don't 
> know anything about how installers support different Linux 
> distributions.) A friend of mine successfully runs Lazarus on Debian 
> on BeagleBone.
> For headless devices it would be possible to do Lazarus native with a 
> remote GUI tool (VNC / NoMachine / X via TCP/IP). I don't know if this 
> is really appropriate.
> A "cross" distribution supposedly would need a dedicated installer 
> (like that for WinCE). I could imagine that a Windows--->ARM-Linux and 
> a PC-Linux--->ARM-Linux both could be viable. Same would need contain 
> the cross fpc, the appropriate "cross" gdb and gdbserver pair (or just 
> the standard gdb for ARM when using the "dual SSH" way).

Actually I do not use the linux installers. So I dont know anything 
about them. Just form the look at Sourceforge I concluded they did not 
seem to have an arm target.

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