On Thu, 11 Apr 1996, Rasmus Rxnlev wrote: > > > (gdb) back This is the same output as with the where cmd. > > > #0 0xdf66231c in _memcpy () > > > #1 0xdf69e6a8 in _doprnt () > > > #2 0xdf6ab16c in sprintf () > > > #3 0xa9244 in write_aliases (ch=0x8f69c8) at alias.c:35 > > > > Without being able to determine the exact line in your program that > > it died..you didnt list it, I would say that you are trying to > > Well... How di I do that ? > I am using GDB on the CORE file, if there is a way to make gdb show at > what line in the CircleMUD code it crashed.. uhm.. Please enlighten me :) use up to go a level up (like in #1), so you'd be in _doprnt, then enter, repeats last command, and enter again, and you are in #3. then type list. I think. Gekke Eekhoorn of BUG.
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