win32_remote -Pmy_secret_password2. Specify the remote debugger parameters in the Debugger, Process options. The file paths must be valid on the remote host. Do not forget to specify the same password as you have specified when launching the server. For example, to debug notepad.exe on the remote computer remote.host.com:
Application: c:\windows\notepad.exe Input file: c:\windows\notepad.exe Directory: c:\windows Hostname: remote.host.com Port: 23946 Password: my_secret_password3. The rest of debugging is the same as with local debugging.
NOTEThe debugger server can handle one debugger session at once. If you need to debug several applications simultaneously, launch several servers at different network ports.
NOTEThe Windows CE debugger uses ActiveSync protocol to connect to the remote device. You do not need to launch the debugger server manually, it will be launched by IDA automatically. Click here to learn more about Windows CE debugger.
NOTEThe symbian debugger uses a serial port to connect to the remote device. You need to launch the TRK module before starting IDA debugger. Click here to learn more about the Symbian debugger.
The following debugger servers are shipped with IDA
File name Target system Debugged programs ------------------ ----------------- ----------------- android_server ARM Android 32-bit ELF files armlinux_server ARM Linux 32-bit ELF files armuclinux_server ARM UCLinux 32-bit ELF files linux_server Linux 32-bit 32-bit ELF files linux_serverx64 Linux 64-bit 64-bit ELF files mac_server Mac OS X 32-bit Mach-O files mac_serverx64 Mac OS X 64-bit Mach-O files win32_remote.exe MS Windows 32-bit 32-bit PE files win64_remotex64.exe MS Windows 64-bit 64-bit PE files wince_remote.dll Windows CE 32-bit PE filesAn appropriate server must be started on the remote computer before starting a debug session.
See also Start process Debugger submenu Debugger for Windows CE on ARM Debugger for Linux Debugger for Intel Mac OS X Debugger for Symbian OS Debugger for Android native code Remote iOS debugger