Sorry, the subject line was a mistake, but I'm using it again.
My question was:
> Hello Sun Managers,
> I'm using SunOS 4.1.1.
> When I'm writing a C - program, its size is never smaller than 16384 bytes.
> The `file' command gives an output like:
> a.out: sparc demand paged dynamically linked executable
> Many of the system commands are significant smaller, eg. the `tr'
> command 4048 bytes. The `file' command says:
> tr: sparc pure dynamically linked executable
> Can anybody tell me the difference ?
The answer comes from Casper Dik <casper@Holland.Sun.COM>:
Try -n -Bdynamic (the executable is not longer shared)
Thank you, Casper.
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