Perry E. Metzger
perry at piermont.com
Sat Feb 17 22:22:36 CET 2007
Michael Welter <mike at telecommatters.net> writes:
> A little OT, but under what circumstances would a developer require a
> debug board?
A debug board lets you do things like running gdb on the remote
kernel, which is invaluable if things are really really screwed up. If
you turn your phone into a brick by flashing a broken image, the debug
hardware will allow you to recover it.
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