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Solaris Modular Debugger Guide
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Command-line Options

MDB provides a superset of the command-line options recognized by adb(1). All the adb(1) options are supported and have the same meaning as before. The /usr/bin/adb pathname is delivered as a link that invokes mdb(1), and automatically enables enhanced adb(1) compatibility mode. Executing the /usr/bin/adb link is equivalent to executing mdb with the -o adb option, or executing ::set -o adb once the debugger has started.

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