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    Is there any 64bit debugger for linux?

    Hi

    question is in topic...

    Regards
    I should look out my posts,Or JMI will get mad at me! ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by reverser View Post
    gdb?
    hm...
    Surely rather than GDB if possible, something more user friendly...O.o
    I should look out my posts,Or JMI will get mad at me! ;)

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    The topic right below yours:

    http://www.woodmann.com/forum/showthread.php?11848-EDB-Linux-Debugger-0.9.0-Release-%29

    You won't find any better (at least not until Daniel finished the IDA transition to Qt )

    Regards

    edit: If you - for some mysterious reason - don't like EDB, there is still Insight which should be ready and installable in whatever distribution you are running.

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    If you got the commercial version of IDA Pro you can use the Windows version as an IDE and debug the Linux program remotely (over the network with a second computer or, easier, with VMWare).

    IDA Pro isn't cheap if you don't have it you have to use an alternative.

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