Re: why are shared libs chmod +x? (again)
(People, please don't unnecessarily Cc:)
On Fri, Jun 27 1997 11:03 +0200 joost witteveen writes:
> > > > Can someone tell me why shared libs should be installed executable?
> > > > (Actually, Christoph Lameter wants to know this, cf. #7129, but since I
> > > > don't know this either I'll redirect the question to this list.)
> > > >
> > > > This is current policy and I want to add a small note to the paragraph
> > > > stating the reasons for this.
> > And since we're basically recompiling all the libraries for 2.0, this would
> > be a good time to make the change. If no one can provide a good reason for
> > libraries being 755, I say we revert them to 644.
> The only reason I remember is that the shared libraries are
> "executed", only not from the commandline, but within other binaries.
This might be, but the linker doesn't care.
(In Debian 1.1 we had the shared libraries 644, IIRC).
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