Date: Wed, 22 Apr 2015 15:08:01 -0400 From: Jean-Marc Pigeon <jmp@...e.ca> To: musl@...ts.openwall.com Subject: Re: ldconfig? /usr/lib64 LD_LIBRARY_PATH -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 On 04/22/2015 02:37 PM, Rich Felker wrote: > On Wed, Apr 22, 2015 at 02:15:41PM -0400, Jean-Marc Pigeon wrote: >> -----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? > > Just place the paths you want searched in a file named > /etc/ld-musl-x86_64.path (or replace x86_64 with your arch, the > same as the name in /lib/ld-musl-*.so.1), separated by newlines or > colons. If this file exists it will replace (not add to) the > default search path, so you need to include all dirs you want > searched. > > Note that ld-musl-*.so.1 itself needs to be in /lib. > > Rich > Many many Thanks Rich... Question: where is doc about this? (I should had find it myself). - -- 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/GQAAoJEAtgwJ4bBQU5BpgQAJ9FCAVkM3AkVRensVisehkP hHHOrVvEtYh3lidkbGIhsTC0uIw6jWx1L146E+YpR0xCJA09kzXWbfGjB9N59s1m oB3wM5JB+PJJIMA4ecvGmdgM/rcAdW/ZwjhlvhNk7Md1hWU7isiIDgEI/NoRVWeC w6A6u4QUhFmNIzZS+/mtIdOpURpbPUBq3RadqGmaaQX2K47noKBeSlKcqEL99Dbj s9t9JnMSqZbq+klJ49Cm7LqSWt1qUKfVSXnH0e7x6lVdImt6maJuAOMHIzut/9mm Qif8xycu01J6UYcgkxIw2s2WS6jPAOepcRwGWnDL2LPFTtMHO/iI5EEIJWJ5eLXv sKyd/OPlzpQDQRG7Qa0J5xo40syVUx0LJGNvBpui476b612zhcDZXLwqgTuWQOVN CqiE36fZSI8oDD9CuuXn8KxXZbw48CZ5fGQXTMlaw0v4dsFyOfp8/0OL57D0GtF1 0/5EQX8NBRhcZ+NkslKJT4WGdbdG7F5G93p7A6dT7ICqnv7dsIEj3GZyjoUJFnHw Tzl74krClKEriOA+tDaoJy6dAQ7uwPAWrJqMEq4EbCcO7NUy0mSQSeVnO0Pw+dTp cRonFj4mnB5vafbYEIk5Gi0EflaX8W8T2JrJqloqAq5U1GnpanYBwtklNSI4w6xE jHkeCrOp/ktUl1FnrXO3 =6Qd0 -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- Download attachment "smime.p7s" of type "application/pkcs7-signature" (4242 bytes)
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