On Fri, 13 Jun 2008, Alan Ryan wrote:
> execute. The problem is that I cannot attach to myself; as each
> NPTL thread within a process shares a PID (with linuxthreads, each
> new thread had a separate PID). So if I can't use PTRACE_GETREG
> anymore - how can I get the register state for my various threads?
The tasks still have their own PIDs - look at /proc/..../task e.g.
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