Date: Wed, 22 Apr 2015 14:15:41 -0400 From: Jean-Marc Pigeon <jmp@...e.ca> To: musl@...ts.openwall.com Subject: ldconfig? /usr/lib64 LD_LIBRARY_PATH -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 Hello, I now have a set of packages (76,... gcc, make, git, etc.) which are compiled with musl, all the way up to the linux kernel. With those packages I have reached my immediate goal of having a self-sufficient distribution (the generated distribution can recreate itself, see www.osukiss.org if you want to know more). I started from a simple glibc set of packages and I converted them to musl while trying to have the "minimal delta", keeping some package (ex: gettext, ncurses?, ...) will be decided later on. In the end I want a "clean, lean, strictly within standards" set of packages, musl being a good example. For now I have a problem with libraries, and I would like to have a better understanding about what is suggested about library PATH. All packages 'configure' set their library to be in /usr/lib64, many libraries (acl,...) without RPATH wants/needs them within /lib. I bypassed the problem by sym-linking needed libraries between /lib and /usr/lib64. I rather prefer to have libraries only within /usr/lib64 (or /usr/lib for i686), sure enough I can hardcode LD_LIBRARY_PATH within profile but I do not like this solution. ldconfig seems not available with musl. Is there a easy/standard way in musl to set the libraries in designated area? Thanks for your help. - -- A bientôt =========================================================== Jean-Marc Pigeon E-Mail: jmp@...e.ca SAFE Inc. Phone: (514) 493-4280 Clement, 'a kiss solution' to get rid of SPAM (at last) Clement' Home base <"http://www.clement.safe.ca"> =========================================================== -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v2.0.14 (GNU/Linux) Comment: Using GnuPG with Thunderbird - http://www.enigmail.net/ iQIcBAEBAgAGBQJVN+VNAAoJEAtgwJ4bBQU5bt0P+wQEFBGA3YAMxXBqnZUS1VsM 1blw917i0j2YYrQHVysFNjb/spNNatU52XOBFclQaGU/YCtlR0DhJCJeVxrPS/u6 Ufihn1RD6HKNFm1d8XwJLKknzIFljb8NXXZlvMgj1CyjEY8yWbYEMRDBkVJ6KtlD u4LmwGD/Czn/uSuyPTYpMCu3i5LCc6KaUYZ4+x6MZ8oY/te0hiE0TsvjQ/U4X746 r3bzm6qwJBZ4CH4tr6KmHzxfhopxjFc+qEy3e2iMx5aoaNYmSxkOsDvUcYVLkpiM DKLr3rgnfnkntcYop8yrkR7O7HPp1P2Re4MQ4HM7RELHG+NmCaHqruMv3/1tSHqp a4AQmqypj0pXBNONglH5t+IpylElB4FdD6biInBIYddG308ZFT+M2HXTqE04rHlk Wn0lGFFJ4UHEvNrvVaZ80Rtd3y1obIlgQUq39ZsuzLFglyGo+HBIJ5cL81wX24NV XsLTbgQa8htPoS5VAgtgWdS6WFlcE3noIOoKXafXb+Q8xj1onEfe6A1APn407mJJ qrDGkmye1XB9pv8TGL9cKwYcp2W8sZCY/+d8yYx1kDo8mIUpzPxfTlMGlZuWdqO0 c362fczGW6Lnu48C36ZNAZP27VK6kosUPsvD5/E73Z/2tLsYCJNIf9o/n4feAE3D zzoAKxyMyp1GN3GV5HDv =wD58 -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- Download attachment "smime.p7s" of type "application/pkcs7-signature" (4242 bytes)
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