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Re: Building sets with debugging info
On Tue, 4 Aug 2009 09:16:41 -0400
Michael <macallan%netbsd.org@localhost> wrote:
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> On Aug 4, 2009, at 6:30 AM, raymond.meyer%rambler.ru@localhost wrote:
> > Hi, I've got Xorg crashing and dumping core on NetBSD-5 sparc64.
> > How can
> > I build X11 sets with debugging info?
> You can always attach a debugger to the Xserver ( via ssh or
> something ), then make it crash and at least see in which function
> it happens.
> COPTS="-pipe -g"
> export COPTS
> is what I used.
> Otherwise, what crashes where, when, how and on what hardware?
> Anything interesting in the log?
I need to see exactly on what line it crashes. I'll try passing -g via
COPTS, I thought I needed more than that, i.e. setting a variable
INSTALL_UNSTRIPPED or something like that.
There is a bug in Xorg, when I "ssh -X" from sparc64 to i386 machine
and then start X11 client on i386, Xorg dumps core on sparc64.
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