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I want to find a software can works under linux and can debug other software, step running and view MASM command and can modify memory, which software is good? btw, I don't have the C source code of the software. can GDB be used on this?
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Linux's softwrae for that is gdb.

Sometimes you also have: adb, dbx
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ok, I see. I should study how to use it, too difficult, maybe later will ask more question.
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