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Re: Query about strip



John Verne wrote...
> What is the default "strip" used by OpenBSD 2.8.  When I "strip -V", I get
> 
> "GNU strip 2.10
> Copyright 1997, 98, 99, 2000 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
> This program is free software; you may redistribute it under the terms of
> the GNU General Public License.  This program has absolutely no warranty."
> 
> When I strip executables (e.g., OpenSSH 2.9 tools just compiled) they will
> all issue a single "Abort" and exit.  If I run the pre-stripped executables,
> they run fine.
> 
> I had a meltdown a few weeks back, and expect I'm running the wrong strip.

Probably...

dorq:~> which strip
/usr/bin/strip

dorq:~> strip -V
strip: illegal option -- V
usage: strip [-dx] file ...

dorq:~> uname -a
OpenBSD dorq 2.9 GENERIC#13 i386

josh