Subject: Re: HEADS UP: migration to fully dynamic linked "base" system
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Johan Ihren <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 08/26/2002 11:27:25
> >>> + Shared libraries used by programs in /bin and /sbin have been
> >>> moved from /usr/lib to /lib. Compatibility symbolic links are
> >>> provided.
> >> looks to me that libc will be in /lib/libc.so, and /usr/lib/libc.so
> >> will become a symlink to /lib/libc.so.
> >Yes. Latest libc should belongs to /lib with luke's proposal.
> >But older shlibs can be moved from /lib to /usr/lib safely.
> >So, requirement for / partion shouldn't increase.
> >(Rather, it should decrease according to luke's report).
> so, "make build" will do that "mv /lib/libc.so.major.minor
> /usr/lib" for us? if not, it will be an additional labor for
I agree this would be bad.
Wouldn't it be better (from an ease of maintenance POV) to just leave
all targets in /usr/lib alone and add a new one for /lib/libX.so
(i.e. stuff in /lib will have a separate copy in /usr/lib).
After all the point of this exercise is to save space in /, not adding
complexity in maintenance of /usr/lib.