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Re: Remote debugging: setting breakpoints in shared libraries


>>>>> "Jan" == Jan Kratochvil <> writes:
    Jan> On Tue, 31 Jan 2012 17:16:30 +0100, Klaus Zeitler wrote:
    >> Now when I try running the same sequence with gdbserver on a remote host
    >> (and localhost replaced accordingly), gdb doesn't stop at the
    >> breakpoint. My test program doesn't stop.
    Jan> It may be affected for example by not yet fixed in that version:
    Jan> 	[patch] [i386] Fix {,un}prelinked libraries for attach/core-load
    Jan> While there exist other methods for simplicity of the
    Jan> troubleshooting I would connect the remote system via NFS and
    Jan> use `set sysroot' to that mounted directory.

The sources are distributed over a few clearcase vobs. Maybe it's
easier if I just install a newer gdb. Since the patch above is quite
new, I wonder if it already made it into the last official release (7.4)?



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