You need to use the right kernel image.  The installed kernel
(/kernel) is stripped of debugging symbols.  The kernel in
/usr/src/sys/compile/WHATEVER/kernel.debug contains the debugging
symbols and can be used with gdb -k.

Kris

Legend!!


(minor correction) /usr/obj/usr/src/sys/WHATEVER/kernel.debug

Now I understand why the kernel isn't installed - it's 4 times my other kernel!

Thanks Kris!

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