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Old 03-07-2004, 12:41 AM   #1
linuxpion
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what 's the difference between gdbserver and debugging stub?


Hello. Can anyone tell me the answer as the title said?

I am using gdbserver on my target. Can I run a stub on it either? It's seems that stub is written by someone who knows well about the hardware. Then what's the difference between gdbserver and stub?
 
  


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