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> I was wondering if I've setup xxgdb properly or it is just the
> way it is. Could anyone who uses xxgdb kindly tell me if the
> following is normal? Thanks!
> * it beeps when I click the "next" button
> * it has no visual indication of the current execution point/line
> * the "l" command in the command window doesn't work (no effect)
I am sorry that I cannot help you with these problems, as I do not use
xxgdb myself. But instead of spending your time with configuring
xxgdb, I would suggest that you take a look at DDD which IMHO is the
technically most advanced front-end for GDB.
Have a look at http://www.cs.tu-bs.de/softech/ddd/ or download a copy
There is one caveat though: DDD requires Motif. I do not know if there
are any statically linked versions for Linux, but if in doubt, you
could consider subscribing to the DDD mailing list by sending mail to