Switching Back to Desktop Linux
Subject:   strace is ktrace
Date:   2006-06-02 07:30:13
From:   axle
In macosx (and perhaps all BSDs?), the command you were looking for is ktrace. In Linux it's called strace, on Solaris it's called truss.

A search on google for "unix rosetta stone" helps in these cases. :)

Also, I suspect the reason you had trouble with the linker is because the mac uses Mach-O binaries, not ELF binaries. There are some significant differences.

I don't think new features like "spotlight" should be dismissed so easily. It's increased my productivity and changed the way I use a computer for the better.

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  1. strace is ktrace
    2006-06-04 10:04:40  migueldeicaza [View]

  2. also, forgot
    2006-06-02 07:56:06  axle [View]

    • lsof b0rken on MacIntel
      2006-06-06 21:12:10  kms-werk [View]

      • lsof b0rken on MacIntel
        2006-07-19 08:08:28  axle [View]

    • also, forgot
      2006-06-02 10:19:24  msporleder [View]

      • also, forgot
        2006-06-04 07:19:05  dnasthegreat [View]

      • also, forgot
        2006-06-02 12:00:20  axle [View]

    • also, forgot
      2006-06-02 08:16:00  saschabrossmann [View]

      • also, forgot
        2006-06-02 11:49:03  axle [View]

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