Debug doesn’t work : inferior stopped, unknown signal
I’m French (so I’m sorry if my English is not perfect, I’ll do my best!), I discovered Qt few months ago and now I love it :)
I have a problem using the debugger with Qt Creator: I create a simple Qt GUI application, I compile and I launch it very well, but if I launch it with the debugger, I receive that: “The inferior stopped because it received a signal from the operating system. signal name:? signal meaning: Unknown signal.” and Qt Creator shows me a dump of assembler code for function “ntdll!LdrAlternateResourcesEnabled”; apparently the problem come from the ntdll.dll library.
I tried to use GDB directly with the Qt Command Prompt, same result! I searched on Internet but I didn’t find the same problem (some people had a “segmentation fault” issue, but it’s not my case).
Thank you very much for your help!
Thank you for your answers, I’m sorry I didn’t specify this details:
My OS is Windows XP (SP2)
I use Qt 4.7.0 (32 bits) (2010.05)
The version of Qt Creator is 2.0.1
About GDB: – In the Qt Creator configuration dialog, the version of GDB is 188.8.131.5200329-cvs (the corresponding file is [Qt Directory]\pythongdb\gdb-i686-pc-mingw32.exe) – When I use the Qt Command Prompt and I type “gdb”, the version is 6.8 (I think the corresponding file is [Qt Directory]\mingw\bin\gdb.exe)
Anyway, I get the problem in both versions.
And I am not making application for mobile.
Thank you again!
If you want the developers to look at this then please file a bugreport [bugreports.qt.nokia.com].
If you do so, then make sure to include the full debugger output (shown in the top right part of the debug mode). Without that information it is almost impossible to tell what is going wrong.
@AlexV I find the solution on the avira site. The problem was a bug after updating the avira antivirus. This is the site where I find the solution: http://www.avira.com/en/support-for-business-knowledgebase-detail/kbid/805. You just follow those instructions and you can resolve the problem! Sorry for my english …