Remote USB Debugging Plugin Functions

The following functions are available from menu items on the MPLAB® Remote USB Communications Server application or MPLAB X IDE.

Table 1: Remote Server Application Menu Items

Menu Item Description
Control Menu
Log Logging of IDE traffic (for debug purposes) can be turned on and off and can be directed to either the screen or to a log file. The "Safe Log" feature simply indicates that the log file will be opened, written to, and then closed on each entry posted to the log. Under almost all circumstances the log should be turned off. When the log is on, it slows the Ethernet traffic significantly and may even result in lost data and/or timing errors.
Exit Exit from the remote server. Under certain circumstances, this will not be allowed until the server is stopped.
Help Menu
Show Library Path Shows the system paths included in the java.library.path variable.
Usage Information Displays the information/help pages.
About Displays version information.

Table 2: MPLAB X IDE Menu Items Related to Remote Systems

Menu Item Description
Tools > Embedded > Remote USB Download - Download and install libraries on the remote PC.
Edit - Edit an existing connection.
New Connection - Open a new connection to the remote PC.
Help - This document.
Tools > Options,
Embedded button,
Managed Tools tab
Open the Managed Tools tab.
On the “Remote Connections” list, click Manage Remote Connections. In the Remote Connections dialog, select:
New - Add a new connection
Duplicate - Select a connection to duplicate and then edit
Edit - Select a connection to change
Delete - Delete an existing connection
File > Project Properties Select a remote USB tool for your project. Remote USB tools have a small bridge icon next to the serial number.
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