On Mon, Apr 08, 2002 at 04:25:59AM -0700, Terry Lambert wrote:
> > Yes, that's what I implied by the above paragraph.  I was up-to-date
> > with sources yesterday.
> This is probably your problem.
> If you can back up to when the problem first appeared, or
> back out the kernel dump fule generation modifications,
> this would probably fix your problems.  If you look at
> the -current list archives, you will see a number of posts
> which identify the files which have changed, and are probably
> what is breaking you [ comments on policy related to commits
> of kernel changes without corresponding commits to user space
> utilities elided ].

Looking at todays commits it looks like the gdb/kernel coredump problem
has been fixed, at bde's bequest.


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