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answered GDB: solib-absolute-prefix vs. solib-search-path
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answered gdb bt frame disassemble
Jul
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answered gdb: no loadable sections found in added symbol-file system-supplied DSO at 0x#number#
Jul
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answered How to gdb debug into process launched in a child process via execvp?
Jul
18
answered Loading local shared libraries in gdb
Jul
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answered Use gdb to find where program stuck
Jul
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comment Is there a way to inspect the current rpath on Linux?
@Jérôme If you are executing in an environment where /proc is mounted, then expanding $ORIGIN is as simple as readlink("/proc/self/exe", ...) then NUL-terminate at the last slash.
Jul
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awarded Revival
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awarded Nice Answer
Jun
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Jun
29
answered Linux application project for zynq7000 in the Xilinx SDK
Jun
29
comment Virtual address mangling for linux applications
@prathmesh.kallurkar I've updated the answer.
Jun
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revised Virtual address mangling for linux applications
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Jun
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answered Virtual address mangling for linux applications
Jun
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comment How to trigger c'tors of globals in executable shared library (.so)?
A much simpler solution is to link your DSO with -pie flag. stackoverflow.com/a/1451482/50617
Jun
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answered gdb pretty printer for stl throw a "TypeError"
Jun
24
revised Why is GDB "jumping back" when debugging with c source codes
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Jun
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answered Why is GDB "jumping back" when debugging with c source codes
Jun
23
revised eglibc-2.11.3: where is libc-2.11.3.so? Not there after compilation
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Jun
23
comment glibc double free or corruption (out) without the use of malloc
"I am not using malloc" -- yes, you are (indirectly) -- fopen uses it (and fclose uses free), so misuse of fopen may (and did) manifest itself as a malloc failure.
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