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Re: Program can't find shared libraries

>>>>> "Colin" == Colin Watson <cjw44@flatline.org.uk> writes:

    Colin> "Allan F. Caetano" <afct@uol.com.br> wrote:
    >>>>>>> "Matt" == Matt Miller <mmiller@extremezone.com> writes:
    Matt> 3. set some environment variable or something to tell
    Matt> this particular suite of programs to check the app's
    Matt> special /lib directory.
    >> LD_LIBRARY_PATH is your friend, Matt. Add the following to your
    >> ~/.bashrc, /etc/environment or whatever other file you get your
    >> environment variables from:
    >> LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:<path-to_your_app>/lib
    >> export LD_LIBRARY_PATH

    Colin> Note that you probably shouldn't put the second of those lines in
    Colin> /etc/environment, since it's parsed by pam_env rather than being a shell
    Colin> script.

    You're absolutely right, I just put /etc/environment there as an
example of "generic" environment file, that the original poster could
tweak to get his app to run.


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