[Olsr-users] eclipse + olsrd

Érico Porto (spam-protected)
Tue Mar 22 16:36:50 CET 2011

I see. I think when I write down what I've done I will simply recommend
logging in as root. GDB in Eclipse until now seem ok.

I know - from google - that you will probably shoot me, but is there any
block diagram that arrange the .c codes? Something that you can read and be
able to, like: if you want to change the dijsktra implementation, these
files are responsible...

Érico V. Porto

On Tue, Mar 22, 2011 at 12:23 PM, Henning Rogge <(spam-protected)>wrote:

> On Tuesday 22 March 2011 14:39:46 Érico Porto wrote:
> > Actually I didn't had this problem... But mainly because my computer
> > crashed and I'm using another.. that only has a root user... I mean, it
> > had other users but I couldn't log with any account, so I logged as root.
> >
> > and maybe this is why I didn't faced this problem. Do you have any
> > workaround?
> I mostly use gdb and valgrind directly for debugging... you can run gdb in
> "server mode" which allows to connect a gdb to eclipse.
> But its not that nice as directly starting the program from eclipse.
> Henning Rogge
> --
> 1) You can't win.
> 2) You can't break even.
> 3) You can't leave the game.
> — The Laws of Thermodynamics, summarized
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