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Date: Tue, 2 Sep 2014 02:49:21 +0200
From: "" <>
Subject: Re: static build and dlopen

Yes I know, I put it as example of the glibc case before I started
using musl to try to solve it since glibc static link didn't worked
for me, I know that musl one is /lib/

2014-09-02 2:38 GMT+02:00 Rich Felker <>:
> On Tue, Sep 02, 2014 at 01:38:55AM +0200, wrote:
>> Sorry for the delay, I have been busy these days.
>> First of all, you were right: It possible to use dynamically linked
>> executables for PID 1, seems I was missing one of the libraries
>> (probably /lib/ :-/ ).
> A heads-up: This should not exist if you're using musl. If it seems to
> be needed, you incorrectly linked against glibc, not musl, or possibly
> even a mix of the two, and stuff is likely to break very badly. The
> musl dynamic linker is named /lib/ld-musl-$(ARCH).so.1 where $(ARCH)
> would be i386 or x86_64 for 32- or 64-bit x86 systems, and something
> like mips, mipsel, arm, armhf, etc. for other common systems.
> Rich

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