Author Topic: Current compiler 'GNU GCC Compiler for AVR' doesn't have correctly defined debug  (Read 9697 times)

Offline georg

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hi,
sorry for my english, bur it is not my mother language. I was working since 2 years on ubuntu (12.04 LTS til november) and the there included c::b 10.05.
I changed in december to ubuntu 14.04. LTS and to c::b 13.12.
When I start the c::b, I get the obove warning. I tried already all posibilities in the debugger settings (debugger/ default, in the usr/bin directory) - without positive results...

Could please somebody help me?

Offline stahta01

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Check the compiler toolchain settings

Settings -> Compiler
Tab: Toolchain Executable
Debugger: Set it to the correct option

In the only option is "Invalid Debugger", you need to configure the debugger
This is under Settings -> Debugger.

I do NOT use the debugger enough to give any help on setting it up.

Tim S.


 


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Offline georg

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thanks, it works now...