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    SubjectRe: magic file entry to understand core dumps
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    In message <m0ujPgb-00020iC@kb5yvf.arc.usl.edu>, Johnie Stafford writes:

    > Great, now if I could just figure out how to enable core dumps on my
    >machine, I'll be set.

    You need to use ulimit to set the max core dump size. ``ulimit -c unlimited''
    is probably what you're after.

    This is all assuming that you use bash; you can read about ulimit in the
    bash man page.

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    Jon Hamilton hamilton@mixcom.com | hamilton@cs.iastate.edu
    "Heaven wheels above you, displaying to you her eternal glories,
    and still your eyes are on the ground." --- Dante Alighieri




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