> Hi. My name is Darrik Mazey. I'm new to valgrind, and whilst trying to
> track down a memory leak (running valgrind --tool=memcheck
> --leak-check=full), I get a lot of lines reading "object doesn't have a
> symbol table" referencing a shared library. Does this indicate that the
> library was compiled without g++'s -g option?
Yes. It't usually the package manager which strips binaries and
executables. Some platforms have special debiug packages, which installs
files that contain the symbol table.