Running strip-all

Chris Lingard chris at stockwith.co.uk
Wed Nov 20 15:45:29 PST 2002


Ostash! wrote:

> ?????? Graz!
> 
> 20 ????????? 2002 ?. 20:07:20 Graz Bukanoff ?????
> lfs-support at linuxfromscratch.org:
> 
> GB> In the LFS CVS 20021018 book it says that this command should be used
> to GB> strip-debug the lfs partition.
> 
> GB> find $LFS/{,usr/,usr/local/}{bin,sbin,lib} ?type f \
> GB> ?exec /usr/bin/strip ??strip?debug '{}' ';'
> 
> GB> Now, how should the command look if I want to strip-all and make sure
> that GB> no libraries are deleted?
> find $LFS/{,usr/,usr/local/}{bin,sbin,} -type f \
> ???-exec /usr/bin/strip --strip-all '{}' ';'
> 
> But I didn't recommend to use this :) I'm even not recommend to use
> any strips on libraries at all if you are developer.
> GB> Btw, my lfs is taking up around 600 MB. Will running strip all reduce
> this GB> by a considerable amount?
> Surely.
> GB>  Is it worth taking the risk?
> Yes.
> 
> ?????? ??????????, Ostash!
> 
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> 
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Hi both of you

Do not do this, you will wreck your system.

Just follow the book.  If you do strip  --strip-all on libraries
your system will not work

Good Luck

Chris

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