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In article <32CD6E51.41C6@va.hea.com>, Luuwen Day <lday@va.hea.com> wrote:
>I am looking for a kernel debugger for Linux. I found Xkdebug and
>downloaded. That is the release of 951016. That sounds like a version of
>year 95. I am wandering if you know an updated version or any other
>information, please let me know.

There's kdebug which is very convenient if you want to change
variables in the running kernel. The kernel must not even be compiled
in debug mode!

However, it's not a real debugger. For this, you need 2 computers,
connected by a null modem cable, and a patch named gdb-stub. Look
at the online version of the Kernel Hacker's Guide

http://www.redhat.com:8080/HyperNews/get/khg.html

and look for gdb-stub

Hans-Joachim
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Uncle Ed's Rule of Thumb: Never use your thumb for a rule.
You'll either hit it with a hammer or get a splinter in it.


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