Re: Size of Gtk Libs ?

Em Sex, 2004-03-26 às 05:04, Nils O. Selåsdal escreveu:
> On Thu, 2004-03-25 at 18:06, Flavio Alberto Lopes Soares wrote:
> > Hello all,
> > 
> > I have a program made with gtk-1.2 in Linux (Now I'm drawing the
> > interface of a new version using gtk2.0) and this system will run in
> > Industrial PC (no hard disk, I believe 128MB FlashDisk) with only
> > application (and X basics), no needs WindowManager, nothing, only X
> > basic Linux system, I need to know what the minimal libraries to run
> > system and your size.
> > 
> > I developing using Debian SID but I believe that I can do a minimal
> > system using Debian Stable.
> > 
> > Using ldd I look the libraries that my program use (is this correct
> > if I do a minimal system and copy these files + X (more config
files) to
> > this system I can run my program (ONLY my program) ?
> Yes.
> If size is a problem, strip the libraries.
> That is, run strip -g on all the libraries and binaries.

Very interesting, I ran strip -g in my executable file and it originaly
had ~900K now has ~300K, what it does ? I read man page but I can't
understand what he said.

(updated) : I read the man page and I look that -g option remove the
debug symbols, gdb will not work as I saw, I don't believe that debug
symbols occupies so much space ! 

But my doubt is if can I putting only the files that ldd gives me in
other system (with X files of course) I will have my code runing OK ?
I will do some experiments to see what happens and I will report.

> > some reference (links, books, etc) will be thankfull
> Hmm,  for what, it's not entirly clear what your "problem" is.

Now I'm reading Linux from Scratch, I believe that will help me.

Thanks for all help.

Flavio Alberto Lopes Soares
flavio maqplas com br
MAQPLAS Indústria e Comércio de Máquinas LTDA

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