strip: File format not recognized
allen at brooker.gb.net
Mon Oct 28 12:29:10 PST 2002
That's perfectly normal. AFAIK all of those files are symlinks (don't quote
me on that though).
""Stefan Waidele jun."" <Stefan at Waidele.net> wrote in message
news:3DBD9D08.40303 at Waidele.net...
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> I am installing LFS 4.0 and followed the book.
> 'Chapter 9. The End' suggests to --strip-debug the binaries.
> In order to avoit the typos, I pasted the commands from the book, like I
> did with most commands.
> I get loads of messages like:
> /usr/bin/strip: /mnt/lfs/bin/bzless: File format not recognized
> Does that mean that I am one of the 2% who trashed their shiny new LFS
> or is that just normal (or somewhere in between?)
> Since I am curios, I will reboot into LFS anyway. I just want to know if
> my system is alright or if I have made an error.
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