Date: Wed, 27 Aug 2014 19:48:06 +0100 From: Laurent Bercot <ska-dietlibc@...rnet.org> To: musl@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: static build and dlopen On 27/08/2014 18:10, piranna@...il.com wrote: > Yes, I though about this option before, has a dumb statically linked > executable to work as PID 1 that just only exec Node.js and wait until > it finishes, so I can use a standard dynamically linked one and do > whatever I want I don't understand why you can't do whatever you want anyway. You can run Node.js as PID 1 even if it is dynamically linked - you just need to have the libc (and ld-musl.so) in the filesystem. It will work. You can run anything as PID 1 provided all its dependencies are there at boot time. Traditional inits are usually dynamically linked - which I think is a very bad idea, but that's another subject. If Node.js is a special case that cannot be treated that way, then I'm interested in hearing why. -- Laurent
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