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Debugging Linux Applications

Debugging Linux Applications

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Slides for a 2 days course on the debugging of Linux applications, by Tuxology: http://tuxology.net
Slides for a 2 days course on the debugging of Linux applications, by Tuxology: http://tuxology.net

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DebuggingLinux  Applications
 Version 1.0
 
 
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The following Wikipediaarticles were used in themaking of this studymaterial:
Call_stack
Debugging
Buffer_overflow
Dynamic memory allocation
Additional material from theGNU libc and GDB manual.Original content by:Gilad Ben-Yossef  Yariv Shivek © 2007 Confidence ltd.
Permission is granted to copy,distribute and/or modify thisdocument under the terms of the GNU Free DocumentationLicense, Version 1.2 or any later version published by the FreeSoftware Foundation; with noInvariant Sections, with noFront-Cover Texts, and with noBack-Cover Texts.
 
 
Debugging
“ 
From then on, whenanything went wrong witha computer, we said it had bugs in it.
” 
Rear Admiral GraceHopper, coined the term
debugging 
in 1945.

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