All posts for the month October, 2016

Displaying GDB dumped 802.15.4 buffer in WireShark

The 802.15.4 mac layer has these great headers with too many single-bit options; sufficient to make your head hurt after a while. Since I was debugging some code, I had access to the entire buffer containing the entire frame. It would be nice to show this in Wireshark, wouldn’t it? It’s actually not that difficult: […]

Debugging two targets with two Segger JLinks on Linux

If you’re doing any project with networking, you’ve probably had a moment where you wanted to debug two targets at once. I was debugging picoTCP on an 802.15.4 capable target which meant all communication was wireless. Up till now I could only debug one target at the time (while the other kept running), which was […]

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