before I'll ask a bigger audience, I ask here:
As some of you know, emacs dies, when started to open it's own
X window on Linux/MIPS. While trying to debug emacs with gdb,
I found out, that emacs kills it's own .mdebug section when it dumps
(it inserts a new .data section, which kills all references in
the .mdebug section).
Now I'm looking for a way to start a X session with temacs, which has
a working .mdebug section. I'm able to do a temacs -l loadup, which
will give me a "normal" looking emacs. But I haven't found a way to get
temacs to create a X session.
Any hints ?
See, you not only have to be a good coder to create a system like Linux,
you have to be a sneaky bastard too ;-)
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