The gcc is stock from Redhat 8.0 with whatever up2date
patches Redhat has sent out.
The gdb build is from here:
The gdb (5.2) that is in Rh8 has the stack backtrace
--- "Brian J. Murrell"
> On Fri, Feb 28, 2003 at 08:19:46AM -0800, Jon Smirl
> > I was seeing it too but my upgrade to gdb 5.3
> > it.
> Now, this is good news. Well good and bad. I am
> using Mandrake's
> Cooker (ongoing development distro towards next
> release -- i.e.
> perpetual beta :-) and it has gdb 5.3 in it.
> > I use these two:
> > gcc (GCC) 3.2 20020903 (Red Hat Linux 8.0 3.2-7)
> > GNU gdb 5.3
> Is this a Redhat package or did you roll your own
> gdb 5.3?
> If the former, got a pointer to an [S]RPM, and if
> the latter, is it
> vanilla gdb or did you patch it with anything?
> > I suspect this is an issue with gcc/gdb not a UML
> > problem.
> Very well could be UML triggering a condition in the
> (various gcc 3.2)
> gcc/gdb pairs I have tried to use over the past, but
> this gcc and gdb
> pair on this box seems to do stack traces in other
> executables just
> Thanx for all the info!
> Brian J. Murrell
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