help openmsx debugger

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Por PingPong

Prophet (3549)

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25-02-2018, 14:25

thx, for help but please look at the first lines: before getting the phyton error , the problem is the invocation of moc (meta object compiler). this does not work because moc is executed but the path he need is not correct......
this also causes the phyton error

Por Manuel

Ascended (16860)

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25-02-2018, 14:47

Yeah, you're right Smile Sorry. I can't tell, I never compiled it myself on Windows. Maybe it depends on where you installed the t developer tools or something?

Por ericb59

Paladin (977)

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27-09-2018, 21:19

Hi

I'm Requesting some help.
I try to use OpenMSX Debugger but it seems not working on Mac OS 10.11.6
Is it something known ?

Por Manuel

Ascended (16860)

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27-09-2018, 21:40

Where did you download it from exactly?
What do you mean with "not working"?

Por ericb59

Paladin (977)

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28-09-2018, 08:57

I downloaded it from the https://openmsx.org/
Perhaps the problem ic coming from missing Quick Time 5 ?

But where am i supposed to download QT5 for Mac OS 10.11 ?

Por ericb59

Paladin (977)

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28-09-2018, 09:13

OK.
I find another thread that helped me
https://www.msx.org/forum/msx-talk/openmsx/openmsx-debugger-...

But it's really heavy ! oO

Por Manuel

Ascended (16860)

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28-09-2018, 18:41

Manuel wrote:

From the README:

Quote:

For Mac OS X use "brew install qt5" to install the library.

Por Manuel

Ascended (16860)

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28-09-2018, 18:42

Qt is not QuickTime, by the way.

Por PingPong

Prophet (3549)

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29-05-2019, 20:45

Sorry to rebump. but the problem for me it's not solved.
I run openmsx via catapult, then launch openmsx debugger.
using file monitor i see it read a file where the socket number to connect to is saved. (when i try to connect)
I've ispected the file, it does contains 6 bytes, 4 bytes are the digit identifying the port number. for me it is 9995.
then i telnet localhost 9995 to see if it does connect.
It does.

but on the window where there are active session listed i do not see anything (empty list).

hint: looking opened sockets to openmsx process i see that someone try to connect to the 9995 port when i click the rescan button on the window.
What data should i read in the window?
can i try to get this data via a telnet session? What command should i send to openmsx on the listening socket to read the data?

Anyone could help me please?

Por Manuel

Ascended (16860)

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30-05-2019, 00:01

AFAIK usually there is only one such file and the debugger connects via that port to openMSX to give it commands and get responses. It does SSPI negotiation on Windows, I forgot what it is (other than that it is for security, so only the user who created the openMSX process can connect with the debugger, if I remember correctly). If connection fails, the socket (file) is cleaned up.

I still think there must be some anti-virus-like software preventing the debugger connect to openMSX...

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