Developing/debugging applications

Crane, Matthew mcrane03 at
Thu Oct 23 16:50:59 CEST 2008

Mount your host build directory via ssh/nfs/samba on the openmoko, then
you can run your code directly from the build dir on the target.  You
can then run gdb on the target, using the source files in the mounted
dir, or use gdbserver.   Gdbserver will let you debug on your host from
an ide like kdevelop. 

From: devel-bounces at
[mailto:devel-bounces at] On Behalf Of Nicola Mfb
Sent: Thursday, October 23, 2008 5:38 AM
To: devel at
Subject: Developing/debugging applications

I'm trying to write a simple dialer with QT4 to test FSO, actually I
installed debian as it's complete and give me ready packages for
subversion, Qt, gcc and so on.
So I compile directly on the device with SSH and test applications with
X11 forwarding.
However this is quite slow, but faster then crosscompile and copy the
executable on the device.
Are there alternatives? relaying the gsm modem on a pc with FSO
installed? relaying the dbus interface over usb?



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