I got some trouble getting GDB to act acording to my wishes, I've compiled
a piece of code with the -g switch (using gcc), and when it makes a SIGSEGV
error in GDB it should then show me the exact line and procedure where it
made the error, at least more or less.
This doesnt happen, and instead I get a lot of garbage stuff, with no line
numbers, but a fake useless procedure name.
Can anyone explain to me why this is the case and/or tell me how to get rid
of this troublesome error ?
A little system info:
The system has 64 megs memory and runs on a Intel Pentuim processor.
I would allso appreciate a carbon copy of replies to my E-mail address, as
my news/usenet provider has a tendency to delete some messages once in a
Rasmus R?nlev DOEK'94 WWW: http://www.econ.cbs.dk/people/raro94ab
Student instructor MUD: exiled.mud.circlemud.org 5000
Student, B.Sc in Computer Science and Business Administration.