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Tools and Techniques to Debug an Embedded Linux System

Sergio Prado

Tools and Techniques to Debug an Embedded Linux System
Sergio Prado

Summary: In this talk, we will learn how to use different tools and techniques to debug an embedded Linux system.

Description: There are several tools and techniques to debug an embedded Linux system that can be applied in both user space and kernel space. Depending on the problem, you may need different tools like addr2line for crash dump analysis, GDB for interactive debugging, ftrace for kernel tracing, valgring to catch memory-related issues, gprof for application profiling, etc! In this hands-on oriented talk, we will learn how these and many other tools and techniques can be used when debugging an embedded Linux system.

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