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catchsegv(1) [linux man page]

CATCHSEGV(1)							 Debian GNU/Linux						      CATCHSEGV(1)

NAME
catchsegv - Catch segmentation faults in programs SYNOPSIS
catchsegv program [args] DESCRIPTION
Used to debug segmentation faults in programs. The output is the content of registers, plus a backtrace. Basically you call your program and its arguments as the arguments to catchsegv. AUTHOR
catchsegv was written by Ulrich Drepper for the GNU C Library This man page was written by Ben Collins <bcollins@debian.org> for the Debian GNU/Linux system. 3rd Berkeley Distribution etch CATCHSEGV(1)

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GETCONF(1)                                                       Debian GNU/Linux                                                       GETCONF(1)

NAME
getconf - Query system configuration variables SYNOPSIS
getconf -a getconf [-v specification] system_var getconf [-v specification] path_var pathname DESCRIPTION
-a Displays all configuration variables for the current system and their values. -v Indicate the specification and version for which to obtain configuration variables. system_var A system configuration variable, as defined by sysconf(3) or confstr(3). path_var A system configuration variable as defined by pathconf(3). This must be used with a pathname. AUTHOR
getconf was written by Roland McGrath for the GNU C Library This man page was written by Ben Collins <bcollins@debian.org> for the Debian GNU/Linux system. SEE ALSO
sysconf(3), pathconf(3), confstr(3) 3rd Berkeley Distribution squeeze GETCONF(1)

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