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SubjectRe: CORE dumps...

> The "core" files are dumped program cores, i.e. they contain complete
> status and memory info from a running program which crashed. It is
> intended for debugging purposes. I believe it can be loaded with the GNU
> debugger, but I haven't messed with that yet.

BTW, how do I disable this feature ? If a program dies, I get "core"
in who-knows-what directory ... A core of Netscape should be around 4Meg,
and I only have 15Meg available ... :)
Is there a kernel compile option to disable core dumps ? I am not
that interested to do much debugging using cores, not to mention that my gdb
complains when I try to load a core file ...

Matei Conovici

> Derrik Pates

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