Re: [Linux-ia64] new kernel patch (relative to 2.4.18)

From: Andreas Schwab <>
Date: 2002-04-23 00:57:20 writes:

|> Yoav-
|> Simple answer: Yes, it can be safely removed.
|> Longer answer:  David likes to use `gdb' to track down bugs, it makes life
|> easier to take a fault address and use `gdb' to find the exact source line
|> that caused the error.  I personally don't like the size of the boot image
|> file that this creates so one of the first things I've always done after
|> applying all of the IA64 patches is remove this flag.  Use it or not,
|> whatever you prefer.

Or just use "strip -g".


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Received on Mon Apr 22 07:57:48 2002

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