I met an error that is "Could not debug kernel. This kernel uses unsupported features. Please check the release notes for more details" when I was trying to debug my kernel by gDEbugger. Then I found the similar information about it which says install CodeXL to replace gDEbugger, so I followed the method and tried again. Another error was thrown that is "Could not debug the kernel.,This kernel uses unsupported features.Kernel might be using printf command". How can I debug my kernel with CodeXL or gDEbugger?
OS : Window7 32Bits
Develop tools: Visual studio 2010 Ultimate
Device: AMD Radeon HD 7850
Catalyst version: 13.9
CodeXL version 1.2
Btw, I can debug the teapot sample code without any exceptions, any ideas?
Thanks for the help!
I have the same problem with gDebugger 6.1.76 integrated in Visual Studio 2010: "the kernel uses unsupported features".
OS : Window7 64Bits
Develop tools: Visual Studio 2010
GPU Device: AMD Radeon HD 5650
Catalyst version: 13.9 (tried to install older drivers too: 13.5, 13.4, 13.2beta, 13.1, 12.4. The last one referenced in another topic, but too old to support gDebugger on VS2010 actually, I guess)
AMD APP SDK 2.8 (tried to downgrade to 2.6)
CodeXL version 1.2 (with sdk 2.6 should be 1.1)
gDEBugger 6.2 (standalone outside VS2010, 6.1.76 integrated in VS2010
Anyway, I remembered to have read something about printf here. Try to check if it works and please reply me you fix it.
I wanna solve this issue too. I'm gonna continue to face gDebugger on VS2010, since it can be a very useful too, IF IT WORKS!!!!!!!