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I am curious to know if anyone has used gdb on 64bit systems.  I have
tried several times, however, the behavior of gdb indicates that it does
not like 64bit applications.  Has anyone built and run gdb on Solaris
2.8 in 64b mode?

TIA
Chris Croswhite
Get2Chip, Inc.
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