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WICED Studio Wi-Fi Combo

Anonymous
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Hi Everyone!

I Really want to debug my program.

I Push the green bug Icon.  I can see the Next message

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I use WICED-SDK 3.5.4

I Also Update all program (Check for update at help menu)

and Setting is below   like  create debugg process

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SuLe_1710756
Contributor

Hi unirobotics,

Please don't use default gdb command("tools/ARM_GNU/bin/Win32/arm-none-eabi-gdb.exe") in "Debugger" tab. Instead, press "Browse.." and then select gdb debugger in tools folder like as "./WICED-SDK/tools/ARM_GNU/bin/Win32/arm-none-eabi-gdb.exe".

When I tested this, it worked fine.

Thanks,

Sung-Mok

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SeyhanA_31
Employee

Hi,

What is your host OS that you are running the WICED SDK in?

Depending on the host OS you need to change to the correct gdb executable.

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Pick one of the following that matches to your host development OS.

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Seyhan

Anonymous
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Thank you! seyhan

I understand that it depending on OS.

But I use the windows 64 bit.  but there are no win64 directory. so. How to do it?

most people maybe use windows 64 bit.

Thank you!

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Anonymous
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The win32 binaries should run on win64

We don't provide native 64-bit tools since they aren't essential

the GDB should run correctly on win64

Are you able to run it from a windows command line?

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SuLe_1710756
Contributor

Hi unirobotics,

Please don't use default gdb command("tools/ARM_GNU/bin/Win32/arm-none-eabi-gdb.exe") in "Debugger" tab. Instead, press "Browse.." and then select gdb debugger in tools folder like as "./WICED-SDK/tools/ARM_GNU/bin/Win32/arm-none-eabi-gdb.exe".

When I tested this, it worked fine.

Thanks,

Sung-Mok

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