Yes I saw that NOPARACHUTE thingie recently but I’m currently using that and it doesn’t work either way.
The error I get when stepping with gdb is this:
Program received signal SIG32, Real-time event 32.
0x403f7479 in sigsuspend () from /lib/i686/libc.so.6
SIG32 seems to be related to pthreads, but my program doesn’t use any threads.
However I did find some stuff about that here:
I tried setting “handle SIG32 nostop” before running and now it works like a charm! Well atleast it doesn’t crash there anymore
Krata wrote:>>Hi all
The thing is this, I’m devloping an OpenGL application under Linux
(with SDL of course), which works just fine. The poroblem is that when I
try to debug my application (with gdb) it always crashes on the
SDL_Init() call. Has anyone else had this happening?
Maybe you should enable SDL_INIT_NOPARACHUTE (i am not sure if this names
fits but it is something like this) if it doesn’t help it at least help’s
you to have core and i am sure that you will not expierience same problem
using gdb on core. (if you have some odd distribution take care of
ulimit -c if it is too small you will not have core)
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