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Old 09-22-2005, 03:16 PM   #1
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normal gdb and spec gdb for kgdb

Hi Guys

I am about to debug Kernel with kgdb

According to the documentation

I need special version of gdb

How can I install it???

Should I uninstall current gdb and how???

Can I have both???
If I can:

Will they conflict???

How can I distinguish between them?
Does the special version of gdb have all functionality of normal kgdb???
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