The following is needed to debug the Linux kernel 3.3 using Lauterbach T32.
From Lauterbach, the Linux Awareness package should be present in the TRACE32 installation directory under demo/arm/kernel/linux.
From git.xilinx.com, the Linux repository compiled with the the following "debug" selection: "Kernel hacking -> Compile the kernel with debug info" has to be enabled.
From Lauterbach, the startup practice script that you can find at http://www.lauterbach.com/scripts.html.
This is what the script does:
- Connect to Zynq
- Download vmlinux
- Download devicetree.dtb
- Download ramdisk image
- Load Linux kernel symbols
- Initialize the MMU
- Initialize Linux Awareness
- Start Linux
Note: Before running the Linux kernel, FSBL and U-boot need to run on the board (for example to initialize DDR). You could copy a BOOT.bin containing FSBL+U-boot on a SD card, boot from it and stop at u-boot prompt.
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