>>Also, the single most useful thing would be if you could get a coredump
>>and get the stack trace with gdb. That's about 10x more useful than
>>an strace, and unlike strace you can get it after the fact, as long
>>as you have core dumps enabled.
> Are core dumps enabled at build time? If so, what are the flags?
Well, for it to be useful, Audacity has to be compiled with the "-g"
flag, but this should be the default.
Core dumps are a shell thing. You can get a core dump of any program
Using tcsh, I type:
limit coredumpsize unlimited
...to enable them.
To test it, type "killall -TRAP audacity" when Audacity is running
and it should core dump just like it crashes.
Then run "gdb audacity core" (or core.xxxx, if the core files is
named after audacity's pid), and type "where" to see where it
> The M Audio Delta 1010 has been delivered and I will be installing it by next
> week for some multi-input testing.