xxgdb

xxgdb

Post by Albert Russe » Wed, 10 Apr 1996 04:00:00



The application xxgdb (1.08) behaves a little strange on my
Linux system.

  - All the prompts from gdb have doubled letters
    except for the first one:

               (ggddbb)) uunnkknnoowwnn ccoommaanndd

  - When I press the 'file' button xxgdb crashes with the
    message 'segmentation fault'.

I have downloaded the source from the latest version of xxgdb
but when I compile and install that one I get the same strange
behaviour. A friend of mine who uses an older slackware version
does not have these problems.

Anyone knows what is going on here?

 
 
 

xxgdb

Post by T.E.Dick » Wed, 10 Apr 1996 04:00:00


: The application xxgdb (1.08) behaves a little strange on my
: Linux system.
:
:   - When I press the 'file' button xxgdb crashes with the
:     message 'segmentation fault'.
I sent the (latest) maintainer a patch for this a few days ago (he's not
responded).

(I don't know what the double-letter bug arises from -- when I recompiled,
it worked fine).

--
Thomas E.*ey


 
 
 

xxgdb

Post by Jin Yen Hua » Sat, 13 Apr 1996 04:00:00


I just upgraded from Slackware 2.3 to 3.0.
I have exacted the same problem as Albert described it.

On startup it gave me:
Warning: Actions not found: StartScroll

The version that came with 2.3 did not have this problem.
I am looking for a fix on this.

Jack




>: The application xxgdb (1.08) behaves a little strange on my
>: Linux system.
>:
>:   - When I press the 'file' button xxgdb crashes with the
>:     message 'segmentation fault'.
>I sent the (latest) maintainer a patch for this a few days ago (he's not
>responded).

>(I don't know what the double-letter bug arises from -- when I recompiled,
>it worked fine).

>--
>Thomas E.*ey


 
 
 

1. perms on xxgdb and loading SO's in xxgdb

I installed RH 5.1 (kernel 2.0.34) about two months ago.
I have a few questions about some odd things:

1) Before I could use xxgdb, I had to set UID on the file.
   It is owned by root, and, even though it's perms were 555,
   it refused to run.  Why did I have to change the perms?
   Did I do wrong, or did someone somewhere just overlook something?

2) I have several 'generic' SO's that I've developed myself.  I have
   them in my only 'lib' directory (based within my home dir) and I
   have altered by LD_LIBRARY_PATH to include my lib dir.  All is
   well and fine when I run an application that uses my SO's.  But
   when I'm debugging an application that uses one of my SO's, the
   [xx]gdb complains that it cannot find the SO.  Therefore, it
   refuses to run/debug the application.  The exect error I get is
   as follows:

/usr/home/bill/develop/proj/wtf/util/pl/plMON/plMON: error in loading
shared libraries
libwtfobj.so.1: cannot open shared object file: No such file or
directory

   My 'plMON' application relies on the following SO's:

     libwtfobj.so.1 => /usr/home/bill/lib/libwtfobj.so.1 (0x40000000)
     libwtftool.so.1 => /usr/home/bill/lib/libwtftool.so.1 (0x40035000)
     libwtftxts.so.1 => /usr/home/bill/lib/libwtftxts.so.1 (0x40044000)
     libpthread.so.0 => /lib/libpthread.so.0 (0x4004b000)
     libstdc++.so.2.8 => /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.2.8 (0x4005a000)
     libm.so.6 => /lib/libm.so.6 (0x4009f000)
     libc.so.6 => /lib/libc.so.6 (0x400b8000)
     /lib/ld-linux.so.2 => /lib/ld-linux.so.2 (0x00000000)

   Mind you, the application runs perfectly fine; all the versioning
info
   and whatnot associated with the SO's is correct.
   Am I just missing some command line switch or some var/attrib I can
set
   within my [xx]gdb session to help it locate my SO's?

Thanks!

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