[nSLUG] kernel debugging?
jeffw at chebucto.ns.ca
Thu Oct 23 21:38:51 ADT 2003
Thats with nazgil and/or your portmaster are for....
On Thu, 2003-10-23 at 21:11, Peter Cordes wrote:
> Using gdb is read-only, so no single stepping or breakpoints. That's what
> kdb and kgdb are for. However, kdb only runs on the console or a serial
> port, and I don't really want to sit in the noisy machine room with no chair
> all day. (I hooked up a null modem cable between two of the cluster
> machines, so I'll be able to ssh in and run minicom on one of them to debug
> the other one, if I eventually want to use kdb :) This way of using gdb is
> what I'd been thinking of when I posted my question, BTW.
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