it looks like GDB is not happy with the GDB server and decides to quit.
To get more details on the conversation between GDB and GDB server, enable the GDB trace window (https://wiki.eclipse.org/CDT/User/NewIn92#Hide_gdb_traces_by_default).
If this is not enough, enable the J-Link log file in the debugger window.
I am trying to install a debugger with Eclipse for my project on a MKV58F1M0xxx24. I am running Eclipse from a Virtual Box environment running Ubuntu 16.04 (64 bits).
I followed all the instructions in https://gnu-mcu-eclipse.github.io/debug/jlink/ to install the tools. Currently, I am able to compile my project, and to load it in the target through command line by using the following commands:
JLinkExe -device MKV58F1M0XXX24 -if swd -speed 4000
From those tests, I can tell that my JLink tools are correctly installed outside of Eclipse.
When I try to debug with Eclipse, the compilation works correctly, but I am getting the following error when the debugger connects to the target
I am sure I messed up somewhere in my set-up, but the fact that it seems to be able to connect correctly to the target, then crash has me confused.
Any ideas I could try ?