Hi, and thanks for the help... Il giorno 04/dic/07, alle ore 01:23, Russ Allbery ha scritto:
Francesco Namuri <email@example.com> writes:I'm thinking this because after the call of ./configure the generatedlibtool file contains all the lib variables set to corresponding lib64directory eg (after a call of ./configure):Yeah, that's broken, don't do that. /usr/lib is the library path onDebian's AMD64 build. Upstream is probably being too smart for their own good somewhere and setting libdir to lib64. (Red Hat tends to force this, unfortunately.) You could try using --libdir=/usr/lib and seeing if thatoverrides things.
tried, but this doesn't help, rpath is still set... :(
So I thought that are the problem is related to the symlink...The problem is that libtool doesn't think that lib64 is on the regularlibrary search path and hence decides that it needs to add rpath, which isbroken at several different levels but best avoided by just using lib.
at this point, the only way is to patch libtool after the creation... is it a better solution respect at the use of chrpath? Cheers, francesco -- Francesco Namuri francesco(at)namuri(dot)it http://namuri.it/ id gpg key: 21A4702A firstname.lastname@example.org
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