I don't know if this is a bug or what, but something is
I have i386-redhat-linux 5.2. I use gdb to step through a C
get these error messages when I come across something like
f = fopen( filename, "r" );
../sysdeps/generic/strcmp.c:38: No such file or directory
I also get other errors about malloc.c.
I am certain that the gdb program is the problem. By the
way, I upgraded
from rhl5.1 and got the same problem there also and am
getting the same
problem now with rhl5.2.
Maybe it's something to do with how gdb was configured for
Please help!! I really want to be able to debug my programs.
Thank you very much.
This is not really a bug. GDB is trying to find the source code file
for the strcmp.c file which would not be present if you have not
installed the source code for GLIBC. You can use the finish command in
gdb to finish out the function call that orginally called strcmp.