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I have to develop a GPIO controller driver on a laptop. Unfortunately, there is no 1394, no firewire and no cable network adapter. I am wondering how to do kernel debugging for the GPIO controller driver on that laptop. I tried to install Win10 on the VirtualBox on that laptop but the Win10 of the VirtualBox doesn't expose the GPIO controller from the device manager. The GPIO controller can be found from the device manager of the laptop, though.
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