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Re: gdb 5.1.1 runtime error (on HPUX11.0)

Have a look at:
to see if that works around the problem.

It it does, can you add the below information to that bug report.  It is 
definitly useful.


> I'm getting an odd runtime error from gdb 5.1.1 which I compiled under HP-UX
> 11.00.  Here's the banner from gdb when it starts up:
> GNU gdb 5.1.1
> Copyright 2002 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
> GDB is free software, covered by the GNU General Public License, and you are
> welcome to change it and/or distribute copies of it under certain
> conditions.
> Type "show copying" to see the conditions.
> There is absolutely no warranty for GDB.  Type "show warranty" for details.
> This GDB was configured as "hppa2.0w-hp-hpux11.00".
> I've been building in a separate directory from the code, and my configure
> line looks like:
> /home/szetlan/.../configure --prefix=/home/szetlan/binutil
> Here's the problem: gdb starts just fine, but then when I attempt to run a
> program, it hangs.  I've gotten a core dump from gdb, which I traced with
> gdb, and found that it's hanging at add_thread (thread.c) called from
> child_acknowledge_created_inferior (infttrace.c).
> It appears that child...inferior () accepts an int (int pid) as an argument,
> and then passes that int to add_thread (line 3126).  The add_thread()
> function actually takes a ptid_t (typdef'd in def.h as a struct ptid) as an
> argument.  My core dump shows that gdb is attempting to access memory at
> 0x3d4, which evaluates to 980, or the pid of the child process.
> I've been able to build the same code just fine under Solaris.  So... any
> ideas what I'm missing?  The only other major difference I can see is that
> on HP, I'm running gcc 3.0, and on Solaris, I've got 3.0.4.
> Scott

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