> > line and executes very simple commands like read memory etc.). I don't
> > see much point in debugging that.
> Uless of course you need to debug the serial driver -- then you're
Wrong. Please RTFM on the gdb stubs. If you are going to get into an argument
doing your research first is considered polite. gdb stubs can debug pretty
much anything except the boot up 16->32bit transition. You can debug an NMI
with it for that matter.
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