I'm new to this list, so if I repeat a question that's already been addressed,
sorry. I've looked thru the archives and didn't find anything that would help
I'm attempting to install kGDB on my machine (P-II 400MHz) which is running
Caldera 2.3 linux (kernel version is 2.2.10). I downloaded the
kdb-v0.5-2.2.10.gz file, and applied it, ran the xconfig, and the rebuilt the
kernel. I then rebooted, and I received an error message in the log file which
kdb: Exceeded symbol size. Increase KDBSYMTABSIZE in scripts/genkdbsym.awk
which I do. I increased it from 7500 to 8500, rebuild the kernel, etc., and
boot from the new image which starts the kernel load/execution, and then it
(apparently) dies and reboots the machine. Sounds like I stepped on some piece
of memory somewhere.
Has anyone seen this before? If so, how does one resolve it? If no one has
seen this before, and pointers on how to figure out what's going on?