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Section - -61- Where's 'ranlib'?

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  IRIX doesn't need it. Read the description of the 's' option in the
  ar(1) manpage. When the Makefile for a program you're porting wants
  ranlib, delete the ranlib command, substitute 'true' or put a little
  shell script in your PATH to fake it.

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