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Old 05-27-2005, 05:33 AM   #1
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Exclamation Help debugging with gdb and core files

I have a problem with a program that has lots of "segmentation faults" and "floating points". I'm being trying to use gdb with core files to know what line of the program does this. But I execute the program with a script cause it needs plugins to make easier the program call and I think that maybe problems are in the use of plugins. I can't know where is the problem cause gdb only says: 0xb7fa2a26. How I have to interpret this?
Someone could help me or guide me?

Thanks in advance!
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