Striping Debugging Symbols

Gerard Beekmans gerard at linuxfromscratch.org
Sat Aug 5 18:44:28 PDT 2000



> Good Afternoon all:
> 
> I was about to begin the basic software installation and have a few questions.  When and where should I enter the "strip" command?  Could I first install all the programs first and then issue the "find and strip" command that some list members posted.
> 
>  I set the "export CFLAGS="-O3 -mcpu=i686 -march=i686" and the command for "CXXFLAGS."  To compile for my machine a "celeron 400mhz," should or could I replace the -mcpu= and -march= with -mcpu=400 and -march=400 

Your CFLAGS does not include the -g option, so there's no sense in
stripping debug symbols if a binary does not have them.

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