I thought I had gdb figured out, but I couldn't get it to work. I started
gtkpod, then I found its PID and ran "gdb gtkpod -p <the PID>". gdb gave a
bunch of messages, then a gdb prompt. I went to the gtkpod window to add
the directory to the Music Library, but everything was frozen until I quit
gdb, which defeated the purpose.
But I also verified that I could deselect the m4a plugin and add the
directory without gtkpod crashing. Of course, it didn't add the m4a files,
either. Then, I reselected the m4a plugin, tried it again, and it promptly
I wish I could provide you more and better info. Thank you.
On Tue, Jul 31, 2012 at 4:06 PM, Tim Cuthbertson <ratcheer@...> wrote:
> I wish I could. I have never used gdb. I am trying to read a tutorial (
> http://www.dirac.org/linux/gdb/01-Introduction.php#whatisgdb ), but it
> seems to be all about programs where you have the source code. If you could
> tell me how to run it for gtkpod, I will be happy to try.
> On Tue, Jul 31, 2012 at 12:59 PM, phantomjinx <
> p.g.richardson@...> wrote:
>> Well that's not good. Do you think you could run gtkpod with gdb and get
>> a backtrace of where the crash occurs? Otherwise have to try and debug it