2.8.2 Downloading your application and application rewind server to the target
Use the Download and debug application option to download your application and application rewind server to the target system and start a new application rewind session.
Before connecting, you must:
- Set up the target with an Operating System (OS)
installed and booted. See the documentation supplied with the target for more
- Obtain the IP address or name of the target.
- Set up a Remote Systems Explorer (RSE)
connection to the target.
From the main menu, select Window > Open Perspective > Other > DS-5 Debug to switch to the DS-5
From the Run menu, select Debug Configurations....
Select DS-5 Debugger
from the configuration tree and then click New launch
configuration to create a new configuration.
In the Name field, enter a suitable name for the new
Select the Connection
tab to configure the target connection:
In the Select target panel, select Linux Application Debug > Application Debug with Rewind
Support > Connections via
undodb-server > Download and debug
Select your RSE connection from the list.
Accept the default values for the UndoDB-server (TCP)
Select the Files tab to define the
application file and libraries.
In the Target Configuration
panel, select the application on the host that you want to download to
the target and specify the location on the target where you want to
store the selected file.
In the Files panel, select the files on the host
that you want the debugger to use to load the debug information. If
required, you can also specify other files on the host that you want to
download to the target.
Note: Options in the Files tab
are dependent on the type of debug operation that you select.
Select the Debugger tab to configure
the debugger settings.
In the Run control panel, specify the actions that
you want the debugger to perform after connecting to the target.
In the Host working directory panel, configure the
host working directory or use the default.
In the Paths panel, specify any source or library
search directories on the host that the debugger uses when it displays
If required, use the Arguments tab
to enter arguments that are passed to the application when the debug session
If required, use the Environment tab
to create and configure the target environment variables that are passed to the
application when the debug session starts.
Click Apply to save the
Click Debug to connect to the
When connected, you are presented with all the relevant views and
For more information on these options, press F1 on your keyboard to display dynamic context