How to use gdb to debug lammps

Dear Axel

Thank you very much for your help, especially for the scope of lammps.

I successfully set a breakpoints like follows:

A warning showed up, is this important?

warning: /etc/gdbinit.d/gdb-heap.py: no such file or directory

[email protected]…7386…:~/softwares/lammps-23Oct17/mycase> gdb --args lmp_serial -in in.rhodo

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warning: /etc/gdbinit.d/gdb-heap.py: no such file or directory

Reading symbols from lmp_serial…done.

(gdb) b LAMMPS_NS::PairLJCharmmfswCoulLong::compute

Breakpoint 1 at 0x5c65d0: file …/pair_lj_charmmfsw_coul_long.cpp, line 114.

(gdb)