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Re: gdb backtrace with core files

To: Greg Weeks <>
Subject: Re: gdb backtrace with core files
From: Brian Kuschak <>
Date: Thu, 7 Apr 2005 13:45:26 -0700 (PDT)
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Which kernel version are you using?  Are you getting a
complete backtrace with the x86-hosted gdb?


--- Greg Weeks <> wrote:
> Brian Kuschak wrote:
> >Greg,
> >
> >Is your GDB hosted on MIPS or another machine?  Are
> >those patches freely available?  If so, can you
> >  
> >
> OK, I checked.
> Most of what's in our patches should be in gdb HEAD.
> We're currently at 
> 6.2.1 and don't want to take the time to move to
> head. If you're 
> interested and no one objects I can post them to the
> mips list. There 
> are 37 patches totaling 285K. Not all are mips
> related and gdb isn't 
> totally working for me yet.
> Greg Weeks

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