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Where’s my Core Dump?

In the old days, the most dreaded message on a Unix system was segmentation fault: core dumped. In the case where it was your program that dumped, you then had to fire up adb and pour over the registers and … Continue reading

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Debugging With gdb

If you need to debug a C or C++ program on Linux, I’d normally recommend using ddd, or some other graphical source code debugger. But if you are debugging remotely (over ssh for example), it’s worth knowing the basics of … Continue reading

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