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What's the newest GDB .pet?
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PostPosted: Sun 31 Jan 2010, 01:24    Post_subject:  What's the newest GDB .pet?  


I'm wondering if there is a newer version of GDB in a .pet file? I typically use GDB to link to another computer and run scripts to test software on an other machine. I am also wondering if there needs to be a kernel match between the two machines or if the two kernels on the host and test machine do not need to match? Currently my host and test bed computer are using the same distro. It would be great if I could put puppy on the host machine for speed while talking to the software on the other machine. I also use image magicke while testing, so it would be great if there is a current .pet file for that as well. If the kernel match is not necessary, I can do the searches. Also, the SW might be installed from source on puppy? If installing from source within puppy is not doable, I will need another smallish distro like AntiX

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