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Debugging Linux applications on the Altera SoC with ARM DS-5

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Published on Dec 16, 2013

This video shows how to use ARM® DS-5 Altera Edition, part of the Altera® SoC EDS toolkit, to debug a Linux application running on an Altera Cyclone® V SoC-based board. Using the Blinking LED example from Altera, the video shows how to setup the Remote System Explorer in the DS-5 Eclipse IDE to have drag-n-drop access to target's file system via SSH. It also demonstrates how to set up your first Linux application connection to a remote gdbserver and how to step though the code of a multi-threaded application running on the dual ARM Cortex®-A9 processing system on the Altera SoCs.
You will noticed that DS-5 Debugger's UI provides a uniform look and feel to your debugging experience, regardless of the software layer that you are working on: userspace, kernel or bare-metal.
For more videos, search YouTube's armflix channel for "ARM DS-5 Altera"

More details on the DS-5 Altera Edition available on http://ds.arm.com/altera/

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