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In cases when crashes are hard to reproduce on another machine (for example, when user has relatively rare file system or specific operating system), stack trace can be very important to help fixing the bug. If it's easy to reproduce, this can be skipped.
 
In cases when crashes are hard to reproduce on another machine (for example, when user has relatively rare file system or specific operating system), stack trace can be very important to help fixing the bug. If it's easy to reproduce, this can be skipped.
  
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Here is how to make a backtrace and what to do with it ('''ideally''' debug version should be used to make a backtrace (e.g. configured as <code>./configure CFLAGS='-g -O0'</code>), but backtrace from release version can be useful too):
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Here is how to make a backtrace and what to do with it ('''ideally''' debug version should be used to make a backtrace, but backtrace from release version can be useful too):
  
 
# Start debugging session with <code>gdb</code>. <br>Run <code>gdb vifm</code> or <code>gdb ./vifm</code> (if debugging executable that is not installed to system directory) in shell.
 
# Start debugging session with <code>gdb</code>. <br>Run <code>gdb vifm</code> or <code>gdb ./vifm</code> (if debugging executable that is not installed to system directory) in shell.

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