[roland at redhat.com: Re: More info on static binary/libnss* mystery]

Justin Hibbits jrh29 at po.cwru.edu
Mon Oct 7 12:09:12 PDT 2002


On Mon, Oct 07, 2002 at 11:02:27AM -0600, Gerard Beekmans wrote:
> When you do install Glibc, there are libnss* files in /lib, the static 
> /static/bin/bash all of the sudden has an NSS library it can load. But...this 
> NSS library is incompatible with the Glibc version that Bash was built 
> against. So it finds an NSS library, and seg. faults.

Why don't you just move the libnss files over to another location, instead of
sed'ing binaries, then after the new bash is installed w/ the new glibc, you
just move the files back?  It sure beats sed'ing binaries.

Just my thoughts :)

Justin Hibbits

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