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SubjectProblems with gdb and latest kernels (SIG32)


I'm trying to debug some multithreaded apps, I'm using gdb-5.0 and
glibc-2.2.2. GDB works without problems for non-threaded apps, but whenever
I try to debug a threaded one I got "SIG32, Real-time event 32" instead of
the signal that would tell gdb that a new threaded is created. Anybody has
also experiment this? Is this a GDB bug? a GLibc bug? or a kernel related
problem? (kernel has NO bugs :-)

I'm using 2.4.2-ac13, but it also happens with 2.4.2, and later,
doesn't check with previous kernels.


- german

PS: Please CC'd to me as I'm not subscribed to the mailing list. Thanks.
German Gomez Garcia | "This isn't right. This isn't even wrong."
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