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I now have a "System #4: A dual processor G5" which is identical to System #3. I used Carbon Copy Disk Cloner to duplicate the installation on System #3 onto System #4 (a firewire drive was used as an intermediary).
I can not see any of the symbolic information for my kext in gdb when I use these two machines for debugging. The symbol file generated on System #4 and copied to System #3 is 1.5 MB.
All three are running 7S215.
Garth Cummings wrote:
On Mar 26, 2005, at 5:13 PM, Brad Figg wrote:
I have three Apple desktop systems that I use for development
and testing. I have tried to keep all three systems as identical
as I can. I am developing a kext based on IOSCSIParallelInterfaceController.
System #1: A single processor G4 System #2: A dual processor G4 System #3: A dual processor G5
All three systems have 10.3.7 installed.
What are the build numbers on each system? You can get this from About This Mac or by running sw_vers in Terminal.
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