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Profiling in Ubuntu 7.10 [message #127795] Tue, 01 April 2008 22:45
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Originally posted by: jaguar0616.gmail.com

Got the profiler running using the Integrated Agent Controller (finally!).
My thanks to Andrew and Igor for the info in my previous thread.

In case anyone else is in the same boat, here's what to do:

In the directory:
{ECLIPSE}/plugins/org.eclipse.tptp.platform.ac.linux_ia32_4. 4.1.v200802050100/agent_controller/bin

(so this is for intel 32 bit)

1) On line 44 of ACStart.sh, change "x$TEMP == x" to "-z $TEMP" in the
conditional. This fixes an error that shows up in Ubuntu's dash shell.

2) Add executable privileges to all the executable files.

3) In the ../lib directory from there, fix the symbolic links to the
*.so.4.4.0 files. (Files like libtptpUtils.so and libtptpUtils.so.4 need
to be soft links to libtptpUtils.so.4.4.0, not little text files.)

4) My machine didn't have libstdc++-libc6.2-2.so.3, it's in package
libstdc++2.10-glibc2.2

Then in the workbench, click the "TEST CONNECTION" in the Profile Dialog
to create the IAC's settings file.

VoilĂ ! Now you can profile.
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