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howto:gdb [2019/03/13 09:28]
digital man [See Also] A link to Debian gdb how-to article
howto:gdb [2019/05/07 15:13] (current)
digital man [Debugging] It's supposed to be -ex and --args <sigh> - so much for consistency
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   # gdb /​sbbs/​exec/​sbbs <pid>   # gdb /​sbbs/​exec/​sbbs <pid>
  
-B. Run Synchronet (if no core file used):+B. Run Synchronet ​non-daemonized ​(if no core file used):
   (gdb) run -nd   (gdb) run -nd
  
 C. After segfault or other crash (or when using a core), display back-trace: C. After segfault or other crash (or when using a core), display back-trace:
   (gdb) bt   (gdb) bt
 +or (if more details are needed):
 +  (gdb) bt full
  
 D. If (and only if) the last line of the output looks like this: D. If (and only if) the last line of the output looks like this:
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 E. Copy and paste in e-mail to rob[at]synchro[dot]net or post in one of the Synchronet [[support|discussion groups]]. E. Copy and paste in e-mail to rob[at]synchro[dot]net or post in one of the Synchronet [[support|discussion groups]].
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 +**TIP:**\\
 +To run Synchronet (non-daemonized) directly from the GNU debugger without having to type "​run"​ at a ''​(gdb)''​ prompt:
 +  # gdb -ex run --args sbbs -nd
  
 ==== Handling SIGPIPE ==== ==== Handling SIGPIPE ====

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