On 03/03/10 17:15, Rory Browne wrote:
>>>>>> I'd follow the suggestion to start with strace rather than gdb. Narrow
>>> the problem down, then you'll know where to attack with gdb, if
>>>> I got an strace, have ended up with a 22mb txt file, but to be honest.
>> I might as well be looking at an abstract painting.
>> I wouldn't recommend starting with strace, pretty much for the reasons
> you stated, but if you start the game normally, then when it freezes,
> run strace, and attach to the process.
>> By that I mean, use ps -ef to find the pid ( ps -ef | grep crack-attack )
> strace -p $PID
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