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Old 12-08-2011, 02:29 AM   #1
GNakul
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gdb debugger and dynamic variables from command line arguments.


Hi, i have installed gdb. The purpose is to change the value of the global variable inside the kernel code from command line. I have declared like
static int sync_thread_log = 0;

I cant recompile the kernel eveyrtime i change the its value. So i have to its value from command line using gdb debugger.
If anyone knows how to do it, Please drop here.


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