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strace

strace is a useful diagnostic, instructional, and debugging tool. System administrators, diagnosticians, and troubleshooters will find it invaluable for solving problems with programs for which the source is not readily available.

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Release Notes: This is a stable release, with the usual bugfixes, enhanced support for fresh Linux kernels, and other improvements.

Release Notes: This is a stable release, with the usual bugfixes, enhanced support for fresh Linux kernels, and other improvements.

Release Notes: This is a stable release, with usual bugfixes, enhanced support for fresh Linux kernels, and other improvements, including a new method of following clone, fork, and vfork syscalls using the Linux kernel's explicit facilities for tracing creation of threads and child processes.

Release Notes: This is a stable release, with bugfixes, enhanced support for fresh Linux kernels, and other improvements.

Release Notes: This is a long-awaited stable release, with many enhancements and bugfixes.

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07 Mar 2008 14:17 clock

necessary patches
Strace is a piece of crap. According to the official README it should work on Linux, but if you follow the README it will fail at least on Linux 2.6.24.2.

The necessary patches are here (bugs.debian.org/cgi-bi...)
and
here (mail-index.netbsd.org/...).

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