Michael Alan Dorman writes:
> email@example.com (David Engel) writes:
> > Put it in /usr/lib for now. We can always move it later if needed.
> Um, will dpkg do that correctly?
> Say Malcolm Beattie hacks Perl to have threads support, and so perl
> ends up depending on libpthread0, won't ldconfig get terribly confused
> if you move the library to a different directory, thereby rendering
> perl unusable for some period of time?
Don't worry. Ld.so will be able to find it. It falls back to looking
in both /usr/lib and /lib if a library can't be found normally.
David Engel Optical Data Systems, Inc.
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