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# Output back trace with values of all local variables. <br>Execute <code>bt full</code> (<code>backtrace full</code> is full form of the command) in the command prompt of the <code>gdb</code>.
 
# Output back trace with values of all local variables. <br>Execute <code>bt full</code> (<code>backtrace full</code> is full form of the command) in the command prompt of the <code>gdb</code>.
 
# Quit <code>gdb</code>. <br>Execute <code>quit</code> command (or just <code>q</code>, or even <code>ctrl-d</code> shortcut) in the command prompt of the <code>gdb</code>.
 
# Quit <code>gdb</code>. <br>Execute <code>quit</code> command (or just <code>q</code>, or even <code>ctrl-d</code> shortcut) in the command prompt of the <code>gdb</code>.
# Upload file with the logged output of the <code>bt</code> command (e.g. <code>~/vifm-crash.bt</code>) somewhere (e.g. on bug tracker, or make a [https://gist.github.com/ Gist] or to [http://pastebin.com/ pastebin]) or send as an attachment to the maintainer ([mailto:xaizek@posteo.net xaizek@posteo.net]); please do not include it in the message itself as it might make it unreadable. <br>One might want to archive it, e.g. by running <code>gzip {file}</code>, which will replace <code>{file}</code> with <code>{file}.gz</code>, but it's not required.
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# Upload file with the logged output of the <code>bt</code> command (e.g. <code>~/vifm-crash.bt</code>) somewhere (e.g. on bug tracker, or make a [https://gist.github.com/ Gist] or to [http://pastebin.com/ pastebin]) or send as an attachment to the maintainer ([mailto:xaizek@openmailbox.org xaizek@openmailbox.org]); please do not include it in the message itself as it might make it unreadable. <br>One might want to archive it, e.g. by running <code>gzip {file}</code>, which will replace <code>{file}</code> with <code>{file}.gz</code>, but it's not required.

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