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Unable to copy file "obj\Debug\app1.exe" to "bin\Debug\app1.exe". The process cannot access the file 'bin\Debug\app1.exe' because it is being used by another process. app1 Error 2 Could not copy "obj\Debug\app1.exe" to "bin\Debug\app1.exe". Exceeded retry count of 10. Failed. app1 fixing of these two errors
In this C# Advanced Tutorial, we will see how to debug a DLL without having source code for consuming EXE. #CSharp #DebugDLL
This video is for educational purpose, in this video we are going to learn how to Debug the #Release mode #EXE or DLL in Production using #DnSpy in DotNet Framework
In this video Tutorial I'm going to show you how to run debug tool on a 64-bit OS, to Further write assembly code The link for DOSBOX: 🤍 here is the link for debug program 🤍
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Steps to install Debug.exe = Step 1 : Install DOSBOX.exe Step 2 : Copy debug.exe in c: directory (If a prompt box apper's click OK) Step 3 : Open DOSBOX.exe from desktop (or search DOSBOX in start menu) Step 4 : Write MOUNT c c:\ Step 5 : Press Enter Step 6 : Write c: Step 7 : Press Enter Step 8 : Write debug Step 9 : Press Enter
In this video we will learn how program codes are compiled and converted to application(.exe), then we will study system software's used to convert ASM source code to EXE and HEX., finally we'll write a simple code then convert it to EXE and HEX. ▬ Contents ▬ 0:00 - Intro 0:24 - Assembling, Linking, Conversion( .BIN,.HEX) 2:44 - High Level Language code compilation process 4:00 - Assembling, Linking, Memory models and .Hex explanation 6:48 - Writing assembly code, converting to OBJ, EXE, BIN and HEX 18:01 - Debugging executable file (executable machine code) Documents: 🤍 DOSBox Installation video link: 🤍 #MASM #LINK #DEBUG #ASM #OBJ #LST#CRF #EXE #MAP #LIB #BIN #HEX #Assembly #C Compiler #Compilation_process #Assembling #Linking #Machine_Code #Executable_Machine_code
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Focus on approach for a simple Windows TCP server executable in Ghidra using MyFirstApp.exe from the Hancliffe box at HackTheBox. Focus on using the Windows API calls to retype and rename variables, and set constants to equates, all with the goal of making more readable code that at the end is much easier to understand. Full Hancliffe solution: 🤍 [00:00] Intro [00:31] Opening binary in Ghidra [01:17] Start analysis of main [01:36] Typing variables based on `getaddrinfo` call [05:02] Setting equates based on `socket` call [06:57] Seeing how server starts listening on random port [08:17] Understanding `setsockopts` call [10:25] Getting through accept [12:25] Summary of main [12:40] Create function for handler thread [13:30] Summary
Generate EXE from C# Project in Visual Studio 2019 An EXE file contains an executable program for Windows. EXE is short for "executable," and it is the standard file extension used by Windows programs. For many Windows users, EXE files are synonymous with Windows programs, making ".exe" one of the most recognizable file extensions. By deploying an application, service, or component, you distribute it for installation on other computers, devices, or servers, or in the cloud. You choose the appropriate method in Visual Studio for the type of deployment that you need. (Many app types support other deployment tools, such as command-line deployment or NuGet, that aren't described here. You can use the Publish Wizard to set the basic settings for publishing your application. This includes the following publishing properties: Publishing Folder Location - where Visual Studio will copy the files (local computer, network file share, FTP server, or Web site) Installation Folder Location - where end users will install from (network file share, FTP server, Web site, CD/DVD) Online or Offline availability - if end users can access the application with or without a network connection
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In the previous video (🤍 we showed you how to configure VS Code to create simple C programs using the Pico SDK. This time, we install OpenOCD and GDB in order to provide step-through debugging of programs on the Raspberry Pi Pico. You can read a written version of this tutorial here: 🤍 Note that you will need a second Raspberry Pi Pico device to act as the debugger. We will program one Pico with the picoprobe firmware to act as the debugger. That device will be connected to the target device (which will run the blink program we created in the first tutorial) over SWD. We can use VS Code as a graphical debugger environment, which will call functions in GDB. GDB will send commands to OpenOCD, which runs as a server in the background. OpenOCD communicates with the picoprobe firmware over USB in order to control the target Pico. You will need to build the Pico-specific version of OpenOCD by following the guide in Appendix A of the Pico Getting Started Guide (🤍 If you are on Windows, you can also follow the guide here (🤍 to build OpenOCD or download the pre-compiled executable here (🤍 To start, you will need to download and build the picoprobe firmware (🤍 Upload the picoprobe.uf2 file to the debugger Pico after you put it into bootloader mode. If you are on Windows, you will need to install the libusb-win32 driver using Zadig (🤍 From there, you can install the Cortex-Debug and C/C extensions in VS Code. These will allow you to run OpenOCD and GDB in the background while giving you graphical tools to step through lines of code and peek at memory values. Product Links: 🤍 Related Videos: Intro to MicroPython – Maker.io Tutorial - 🤍 Intro to Raspberry Pi Pico and RP2040: Part 1: VS Code and Blink - 🤍 Part 2: Debug with Picoprobe - 🤍 Part 3: How to Use PIO - 🤍 Related Project Links: 🤍 Related Videos: Intro to MicroPython – Maker.io Tutorial - 🤍 Intro to Raspberry Pi Pico and RP2040 - C/C Part 1: VS Code and Blink - 🤍 Intro to Raspberry Pi Pico and RP2040 - C/C Part 2: Debug with Picoprobe - 🤍 Related Articles: Introduction to MicroPython - 🤍 Raspberry Pi Pico and RP2040 - MicroPython Part 1 - 🤍 Learn more: Maker.io - 🤍 Digi-Key’s Blog – TheCircuit 🤍 Connect with Digi-Key on Facebook 🤍 And follow us on Twitter 🤍
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Verdi Interactive Debug is a technology that allows you to setup the simulation environment and bring the Interactive Mode up easily to debug SVTB in Verdi. Verdi Interactive Mode provides the following advantages: • Simulation control commands to operate simulation execution • Managing Breakpoints for managing the setting and usage of breakpoints • Stack and Thread View frames for viewing the call stack and executed threads • Watch and Local frames for checking signals, member data, and program variables • Class browser and object browser for viewing the member data of class and dynamic objects • Save and Restore session for the convenience of continuing the debug job This video will help you further understand how to use Verdi in Interactive mode. For a video on advanced interactive debug, including reverse debug, watch: 🤍 For more information on Synopsys debug solutions, visit: 🤍 Additional comprehensive Verdi training videos are available on Synopsys SolvNetPlus*: 🤍 (*SolvNet user ID & password required) Learn more about Synopsys: 🤍 Subscribe: 🤍 Follow Synopsys on Twitter: 🤍 Like Synopsys on Facebook: 🤍 Follow Synopsys on LinkedIn: 🤍
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We are introducing the Visual Studio GDB Debugger that connects the Visual Studio debugger to the GNU Project debugger. This is useful for debugging binaries built with GCC, including remote Linux targets. In this video we will show how to use this extension to build and debug code locally on Windows, an Azure Linux VM and on a Raspberry Pi running Raspbian connected to Azure IoT Hubs.
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