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Re: default linker for shared libraries, need some comments
- From: Andreas Jaeger <aj at suse dot de>
- To: Yaroslav Popovitch <yp at sot dot com>
- Cc: libc-alpha at sources dot redhat dot com
- Date: Fri, 25 Apr 2003 16:31:58 +0200
- Subject: Re: default linker for shared libraries, need some comments
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On Friday 25 April 2003 15:21, Yaroslav Popovitch wrote:
> On Fri, 25 Apr 2003, Andreas Jaeger wrote:
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> > On Thursday 24 April 2003 22:31, Yaroslav Popovitch wrote:
> > > Hi! I had some problems with setting default linker for shared
> > > libraries. They are always linked against ld-linux.so.2. Option
> > > --dynamic-linker works only for usual programs.
> > Why are you trying to do this? It sounds like a real hack. You always
> > need to link against the same dynamic linker as the C library comes from.
> > So, even if you would succeed, you might have a dynamic linker that does
> > not work with the C library that you have and your program will break
> > badly.
> This is related to lsb runtime implementation. At this moment
> /lib/ld-lsb.so.1 is a link to /lib/ld-linux.so.2. I found that
> applications compiled with patched gcc are linked against
> /lib/ld-lsb.so.1. But shared libraries are still linked against
> ld-linux.so.2. I was trying to solve this problem.
You need a proper lsb build environment including a glibc that is linked
against ld-lsb.so.1 and that exports symbols in a way that linking against
that library will produce an LSB compliant application. There's a sample LSB
implementation that should do this, look at it,
SuSE Labs aj at suse dot de
private aj at arthur dot inka dot de
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