Fedora updating gdb
Right-click on the Task Manager, and enable “Process ID” in the list of columns.Note: by default, sandboxed processes can't be attached by a debugger.To auto-start the renderers in the debugger, send the “run” command to the debugger: option bypasses the zygote launcher, so the renderers won‘t be sandboxed.It is generally not an issue, except when you are trying to debug interactions with the sandbox.Go to https:// for more information on how this can be done.If you are starting multiple renderers then the above means that multiple gdb's start and fight over the console.Note that for technical reasons plugins cannot be in-process, so or another 7 lets us use Python to write pretty-printers for Chromium types.
To debug a renderer process in this case, use the tips above about renderers. In particular, note that it‘s possible to debug a web test via Chromium try bots and main waterfall's bots run tests under Xvfb&openbox combination.
Instead, you can set the prefix to point to this shell script: When debugging both the browser and renderer process, you might want to have separate set of breakpoints to hit.
You can use gdb's command files to accomplish this by putting breakpoints in separate files and instructing gdb to load them.
This works by first recording a trace and then debugging based on that.
I recommend installing it by compiling from source.