Re: I want coredumps!
Matej Cepl <email@example.com> writes:
> Debian/woody in its default configuration has ulimit -c set to 0.
> However, I want my programs to produce coredump when they fall down. Is
> there any canonical place where I put the configuration command to such
> effect (ulimit -c unlimited, I suppose)?
AFAIK, there is no configuration file that will set this. I
ulimit -c unlimited
in my /etc/profile. (It would be better in ~/.bash_profile, I suppose,
but my system has only a single user.)
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