Fedora updating gdb

However, clicking on "OS Updates" brings up the contents of the "OS Updates", and I can't find a new kernel, libc, or systemd in the list of packages to update. These packages are listed when I issue ================================================================================ Updating: chkconfig x86_64 1.3.62-1.fc20 updates 172 k chrony x86_64 1.30-2.fc20 updates 262 k emacs-filesystem noarch .3-24.fc20 updates 58 k file x86_64 5.19-4.fc20 updates 59 k file-libs x86_64 5.19-4.fc20 updates 401 k gdb x86_64 7.7.1-18.fc20 updates 2.6 M ghostscript x86_64 9.14-4.fc20 updates 4.4 M hwdata noarch 0.269-1.fc20 updates 1.3 M libndp x86_64 1.4-1.fc20 updates 30 k libreport x86_64 2.2.3-2.fc20 updates 405 k libreport-anaconda x86_64 2.2.3-2.fc20 updates 43 k libreport-cli x86_64 2.2.3-2.fc20 updates 47 k libreport-fedora x86_64 2.2.3-2.fc20 updates 40 k libreport-filesystem x86_64 2.2.3-2.fc20 updates 35 k libreport-gtk x86_64 2.2.3-2.fc20 updates 94 k libreport-plugin-bugzilla x86_64 2.2.3-2.fc20 updates 79 k libreport-plugin-kerneloops x86_64 2.2.3-2.fc20 updates 45 k libreport-plugin-logger x86_64 2.2.3-2.fc20 updates 48 k libreport-plugin-reportuploader x86_64 2.2.3-2.fc20 updates 52 k libreport-plugin-ureport x86_64 2.2.3-2.fc20 updates 52 k libreport-python x86_64 2.2.3-2.fc20 updates 63 k libreport-python3 x86_64 2.2.3-2.fc20 updates 49 k libreport-web x86_64 2.2.3-2.fc20 updates 46 k libserf x86_64 1.3.7-1.fc20 updates 53 k libteam x86_64 1.12-1.fc20 updates 46 k perl-Socket x86_64 1:2.015-1.fc20 updates 50 k poppler-data noarch 0.4.7-1.fc20 updates 2.2 M ppp x86_64 2.4.5-34.fc20 updates 359 k selinux-policy noarch 3.12.1-180.fc20 updates 351 k selinux-policy-targeted noarch 3.12.1-180.fc20 updates 3.8 M sqlite x86_64 3.8.6-2.fc20 updates 433 k teamd x86_64 1.12-1.fc20 updates 108 k tzdata noarch 2014f-1.fc20 updates 430 k tzdata-java noarch 2014f-1.fc20 updates 147 k vim-minimal x86_64 2:7.4.402-1.fc20 updates 439 k zeitgeist-libs x86_64 0.9.16-0.2.20140808ce9affa.fc20 updates 141 k Transaction Summary ================================================================================ file (which are normally used to populate the DE's menus) it is considered an user application and can be updated without a reboot.

Without this file, it is considered a OS or System update and a 'Update and Restart' is offered.

In this tutorial, I will give you a quick rundown of GDB debugger.

GDB is available in most distributions' repositories.

If you have added mach to your path, then you can just use "mach".

(Note that mach is aware of mozconfigs.) If you would like to pass arguments to gdb itself, you can use the " gdbparams" option whose argument is run through the pymake command line parser which uses Bourne shell splitting rules.

The system update mode is implemented by booting into a special target.

The target installs the downloaded updates and then reboots back into the regular default target.

Note: Be sure you select the proper toolchain for the target platform, otherwise builds will not succeed, or the generated applications will fail to run.

For other toolchains, please follow the specific installation instructions.

Due to portability reasons, the GNU MCU Eclipse plug-ins do not include any toolchain binaries, but they can be downloaded from the GNU ARM Embedded Toolchain.

If you create a bug report, make sure to attach as much detail as possible.

If Icinga 2 is still running, generate a full backtrace from the running process and store it into a new file (e.g.

Leave a Reply