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tomservo 09-16-2002 05:01 PM

core dump
 
At the risk of sounding like a neophyte, how do I analyze the core dump from a crashed FTP session in Linux? I'm using Mandrake 8.2 on the PPC. If anyone has any idea I would appreciate it.

As a brief footnote, which I know is off-topic but I'm going for it anyway, does anyone know how to do the same in that certain *other* operating system that rhymes with Windows? (Please don't hit me... :eek: )

MasterC 09-16-2002 05:11 PM

Hi

And I quote:
Quote:

you need to use a debugger like gdb. it's not something to do unless you're the author really -Acid_Kewpie
From this thread:
http://www.linuxquestions.org/questi...ight=core+dump

Cool

btw: TomServo, ba ha ha, cool, good name! My wife's sister loves him! Geeks :D

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MasterC 09-16-2002 05:13 PM

Re: core dump
 
Quote:

Originally posted by tomservo
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As a brief footnote, which I know is off-topic but I'm going for it anyway, does anyone know how to do the same in that certain *other* operating system that rhymes with Windows? (Please don't hit me... :eek: )

Lindows? :D

Probably the same. Find a debugger program, and chances are, you can also view the file. ;)

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tomservo 09-22-2002 01:21 PM

Actually, I was referring to Windows... is this possible there?

MasterC 09-23-2002 05:35 PM

Oh I know, sorry ;) I was saying yes, probably, if you can find a debugging program there as well.

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