Re: mandate ldconfig -X?
>>>>> "Robbe" == Robert Bihlmeyer <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Robbe> For one, it is unnecessary, and wastes time. But more
Robbe> importantly, the Hurd has no ld.so.cache, which kills
Robbe> reason 2 on this platform. Debian GNU/Hurd systems also
Robbe> don't have reason 1, so there is currently no real ldconfig
Robbe> program on the Hurd. Rather than writing a program that's
Robbe> completely pointless, I'd rather we called ldconfig
Robbe> correcly, i.e. with the -X parameter. "ldconfig -X" will
Robbe> just do nothing on the Hurd.
I fail to see:
What is wrong with the current practise on the Hurd, where ldconfig
is a do nothing program?
How does disabling task 1 (creating the links) help for the Hurd?
Brian May <email@example.com>