GDB on Mountain Lion

Sep 25, 2013
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I just upgraded to Mountain Lion and whenever I try to run gdb I get this error:

-bash: gdb: command not found

After hours of research and realizing I need to download gdb, I still am stuck. I tried going to xcode->preferences->downloads->command-line tools and making sure my tools were install, which they were. Then I was told to download Darwin, which is where I am stuck and confused with.

Am I on the right path at all, or is there a better solution.


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