Chapter 17. The GDB Debugger
The GNU Debugger, GDB, is the standard debugger on GNU/Linux and BSD systems, and can be used on just about any Unix system with a C compiler and at least one of several well-known object file formats. It can be used on other kinds of systems as well. It has a very rich feature set, making it the preferred debugger of many developers the world over.
This chapter covers the following topics:
The GDB text user interface
Group listing of GDB commands
Alphabetical summary of GDB commands
For more information, see Debugging with GDB: The GNU Source-Level Debugger, listed in the Bibliography.