AMD distributes a 29K development board meant to fit in a PC, together
with a DOS-hosted monitor program called
EBMON. As a shorthand
term, this development system is called the "EB29K". To use
GDB from a Unix system to run programs on the EB29K board, you
must first connect a serial cable between the PC (which hosts the EB29K
board) and a serial port on the Unix system. In the following, we
assume you've hooked the cable between the PC's `COM1' port and
`/dev/ttya' on the Unix system.
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