Back
Simson Garfinkel: The UNIX-haters Handbook (1994) 3 stars

The UNIX-HATERS Handbook is a semi-humorous edited compilation of messages to the UNIX-HATERS mailing list. …

There's a wonderful Unix command called "strip," with which you force programs to remove all their debugging information. Unix programs (such as the Sun window system) are stripped as a matter of course, because all the debugging information takes up disk space and slows down the booting process. This means you can't use the debugger on them. But that's no loss; have you seen the Unix debugger? Really.

The UNIX-haters Handbook by  (Page xxv - xxvi)