HI Michael,
   I have tried your suggestion. ttermpro.exe shows connection refused in my 
Win7 after command "start "Monitor" /B %TERA_TERM_PATH% localhost:20717 /nossh"
  the tool also cannot work lonely.
   Any other software or configuration should I apply?
  Thanks!








At 2017-08-10 03:37:01, "Laszlo Ersek" <ler...@redhat.com> wrote:
>On 08/09/17 20:21, Kinney, Michael D wrote:
>> Laszlo,
>> 
>> I works really well for me using QEMU on Windows.
>> 
>> * Build OVMF setting -D SOURCE_DEBUG_ENABLE and -D DEBUG_ON_SERIAL_PORT.
>> 
>> * Configure The UDK Debugger SoftDebugger.ini file to use TCP port 20716
>> 
>>   [Debug Port]
>>   Channel = TCP
>>   Server = localhost
>>   Port = 20716
>> 
>> * Configure QEMU so the monitor and serial port 
>>   are redirected to a tcp ports 20717 and 20716.
>> 
>>   -monitor tcp:localhost:20717,server
>>   -serial  tcp:localhost:20716,server
>> 
>> I use a batch file to launch the UDK debugger and
>> and terminal emulators immediately before running
>> QEMU because the tcp server in QEMU will
>> timeout of a connect does not happen quickly.
>> 
>>   start "Monitor" /B "c:\Program Files (x86)\teraterm\ttermpro.exe" 
>> localhost:20717 /nossh
>>   start "Debugger" /B "C:\Program Files (x86)\Intel\Intel(R) UEFI 
>> Development Kit Debugger Tool\eXdi.exe" /LaunchWinDbg
>>   start "Console" /B "c:\Program Files (x86)\teraterm\ttermpro.exe" 
>> localhost:20715 /nossh
>> 
>>   start "QEMU" /B "%QEMU_PATH%\qemu-system-i386w.exe" ^
>>   -machine q35,smm=on,accel=tcg -cpu Nehalem ^
>>   -global ICH9-LPC.disable_s3=1 ^
>>   -drive 
>> if=pflash,format=raw,unit=0,file=%EDKII_BUILD_OUTPUT%\FV\OVMF_CODE.fd,readonly=on
>>  ^
>>   -drive 
>> if=pflash,format=raw,unit=1,file=%EDKII_BUILD_OUTPUT%\FV\OVMF_VARS.fd ^
>>   -monitor tcp:localhost:20717,server ^
>>   -serial  tcp:localhost:20716,server
>> 
>> Since the serial connections are redirected to tcp ports
>> on the localhost, this actually provide an excellent
>> UDK Debugger experience.
>
>Thanks for the writeup. :) Maybe we should put this in the wiki
>(although I'm completely aware of how I would react if this was
>suggested to me in response to an email of mine :) )
>
>And, perhaps I should give this another try sometime :)
>
>Thank you!
>Laszlo
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