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hopcode



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hopcode
I like the new SoftIce
http://sourceforge.net/projects/ugdbg/
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Post 04 Dec 2009, 02:23
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vid
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Apart from the fact that SoftIce was interesting by what this one can't do - ability to debug kernel stuff.
Post 04 Dec 2009, 07:49
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hopcode



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vid wrote:
... the ability to debug kernel stuff.

Not at the moment, who knows in a near future.. Wink
btw: what do you use to debug kernel stuff ?

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Post 04 Dec 2009, 15:45
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vid
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what do you use to debug kernel stuff ?

Mostly debug output, but if I REALLY have to, then windbg
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Tyler



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I use OllyDbg, is it good? I've never looked into any others.
Post 04 Dec 2009, 22:02
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Borsuc



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Tyler wrote:
I use OllyDbg, is it good? I've never looked into any others.
Yeah it's the only one I use myself. But it is a user-land debugger, not kernel (but you probably won't need to debug the kernel though lol).

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Post 04 Dec 2009, 22:22
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hopcode



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to vid,
if i recall right, you are in a "UEFI stage". Is a kernel debugger for UEFI strictly required ? Could be UEFI emulated ? if yes, good by what emulator/machine ?
Sorry for these silly questions, but i am really curious about this new technology... Smile
Post 04 Dec 2009, 23:41
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vid
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UEFI has nothing to do with this. I am talking about debugging the (running) kernel code, driver etc., not boot loader code.
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ass0



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yeah... but besides windbg and fdbg, there is another debugger for x64? for free?
Post 05 Dec 2009, 01:50
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chaoscode



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if i remember right there was a fdbg
http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=9689
Post 05 Dec 2009, 01:56
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