I'm trying to debug a multithreaded application, but I'm not able to
make gdb work with it. I've tried gdb-4.17, gdb-4.18 and gdb-5.0 (currently
compiling CVS) but I always get the same, when running the program I get
SIG32 RealTime signals that stop gdb, even before the first
pthread_create(), and of course I'm not able to trace or set breakpoints, I
just get lots of SIG32. If I recompile the glibc-linuxthreads-2.2.2
undefining ASSUME_REALTIME_SIGNALS gdb works again. I would like to know if
this problem is already known, and if there is any fix for it. 


        - german

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