per at fukt.hk-r.se
Tue Jan 16 13:45:42 PST 2001
You are right, the ld.so package (which contains ldd and ldconfig) is not
needed since the same utilities are included in the glibc package.
However, this package should not be confused with the ld-2.x.x.so library,
which is the dynamic linker (also included in glibc). This library is
vital if you want to run dynamically linked binaries.
On Tue, 16 Jan 2001, Donnie Roos wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have been reading the documentation of ld.so and I wonder if we need it?
> As far as I can tell ld.so (lddconfig) is only needed when using different
> versions of the system-libraries (libc6 vs libc5)
> Can anyone confirm or deny this?
> Donnie Roos
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