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Remote debugger for a target board compilation

Posted on 2001-06-13
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I am searching for a remote debugger for c programming in order to debug my source codes on a target board using intel 386EX processor. has anyone links for downloading this sort of ware?
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by:jkr
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by:prashant_n_mhatre
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look at Mutek Bugtrapper. You may download it at

http://www.us.mutek.com/specials/dn1.html
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by:prashant_n_mhatre
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look at Mutek Bugtrapper. You may download it at

http://www.us.mutek.com/specials/dn1.html
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xhanatos, are you still with us?
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by:Lunchy
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xhanatos, can I ask you to reconsider your grade on this question?  Granted, you found a solution yourself but you didn't give the experts a chance by clarifying further that the solution posted was not suitable.  The experts aren't sitting next to you, they don't know exactly what is going on, so a discussion of proposals and clarifications is usually how it works.  In a situation where you find the solution yourself you have two choices.  Explain to the experts that you found the solution, post it and request to Community Support that it be deleted and your points refunded (if there is valuable information in your answer, you can also ask that points be refunded and the question added to the PAQ.)  In the case of a partial solution, or a proposal that led you to the right answer, it is nice to offer some points (and a good grade) to the expert who proposed it.  You can either award the question to the expert who helped the most, or post "Points for .." questions for lesser than the full amount.

If you wish to offer a better grade, or wish to follow any of the above options, let me know here, and I'll follow up on it for you.

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