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    Using the terminal
    Hi

    I am trying to use GDB from the terminal to debug a CORE file.

    How do I get a program to run in the terminal, do I need to set any paths to it?

    I have moved the GDB folders into my HD Mac root, gotten to it using 'cd', but when trying to use the application by calling 'gdb' I get unknown command.

    Any ideas or help would be great!

    Thanks

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    You can either put it in your path (best) or cd to it's dir and type ./GDB.
    The ./ tells Bash to run something in the dir you're in instead of looking in the path.
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