ppc32 lockups with 2.6
evil at g-house.de
Tue Nov 11 11:25:41 EST 2003
linas at austin.ibm.com wrote:
> kdb is a built-in kernel debugger. gdb is useless for this case,
> although kgdb could be another alternative.
yes, i thought so. i'm still a bit confused if "kdb" and "kgdb".
as http://kgdb.sourceforge.net/whichdebugger.html points out, kdb would
be the better choice here, but i don't see any "kdb" within the kernel
config nor does it seem to be a user space-tool. anyway, i have
in my kernel now (still compiling), and will try to setup kgdb tomorrow
(read: today :-))
Thank you for your time,
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Electrical conduits in machine room are melting.
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