Deploy and test an application with Remote System Explorer (Eclipse plugin)

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Prerequisite

Step 1. Connect USB to Serial TTL cable to the embedded device

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Mind the precise connection of the Serial Pins on the board’s side
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Enable the USB to Serial TTL connection
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Use minicom utility to handle serial communication with the embedded device. ‘sudo minicom’ to launch it.
sudo apt install minicom 

Enable the feature in Eclipse for “Remote Systems”

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Define a connection to a Remote System

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Get the IP Address of the embedded device

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Enter the properties of the SSH connection in Eclipse IDE, Remote System Explorer interface

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Connect to the embedded device (example BeagleBone Black) using SSH with Remote System Explorer

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Confirm RSA Key fingerprint (‘Yes’) to connect.

Now the development host is connected to the embedded device

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Drag the binary file produced in the project into whatever directory on the remote

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Open an SSH shell to the embedded device to execute the program

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Write the commands in the Shell Window to execute the program

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debian@beaglebone:~$ ls
bin Desktop

debian@beaglebone:~$ cd Desktop/
debian@beaglebone:~/Desktop$ ls
my_1st_Eclipse_Project

debian@beaglebone:~/Desktop$ chmod a+x my_1st_Eclipse_Project

debian@beaglebone:~/Desktop$ ./my_1st_Eclipse_Project
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