The increasing popularity of high-speed 32-bit ARM based micro-controllers allowed Linux to enter the world of embedded devices. That is why the need of debugging its kernel and applications became essential. Since Linux is a true multi-process operating system, it utilizes a Memory Management Unit (MMU) to give each process a separate memory space. The MMU is also responsible for the protection of each process’s memory space against each other.The switching among different processes complicates the debugging, so here I will show you how to debug Linux kernel and applications without interfere processes not been debuggers.
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