Patch for ssp on win2k
Wed Sep 19 11:02:00 GMT 2001
> > Hi!
> > Tuesday, 18 September, 2001 Ralf Habacker Ralf.Habacker@freenet.de wrote:
> > RH> I don't know if this a condition indicate a failure. rc contains
> > an adress which
> > RH> direct into the ntdll.dll.
> > RH> Perhaps it means something other as used currently, but examinig
> > the content
> > RH> under that adress produces no additional infos for me.
> > you can take a look at gdb or dumper sources. they contain functions
> > that try to obtain dll name using "official" means (psapi.dll) on NT.
> That's great. Do you know, where I can find a documentation for this api ?
Please don't misunderstand, the hints with dumper and gdb are very good,
but I like to know which things are able and which are not with this api.
And currently I cannot say if that what is implemented in gdb, is the whole api
> I ask because currently kde2 needs huge memory (about 200MB: the win2k task
> manager say this) and I like to look in which dlls all the memory is gone ?
> Or does anyone know about an already available tool for this ?
> > Egor. mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org ICQ 5165414 FidoNet 2:5020/496.19
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