Subject: Re: HEADS UP: migration to fully dynamic linked "base" system
To: None <>
From: Luke Mewburn <>
List: current-users
Date: 08/27/2002 14:00:29
On Tue, Aug 27, 2002 at 12:45:38PM +0900, wrote:
  | >  | 	even if /usr/lib/ is a symlink, i think the above is an
  | >  | 	important point.  think of shlib major bump (in libtermcap or whatever)
  | >  | 	and old binaries in /usr/pkg/bin.
  | >this isn't a problem.  i've run a converted system for a while, and
  | >old applications (with just /usr/lib in the rpath) work ok.
  | 	i see.  how many libraries do you have in /lib?
  | 	from Makefile, i guess the followings are in /lib.  it is more than
  | 	i guessed (i didn't expect to see libcrypto in the list...)
  | 		libc
  | 		libdes (= libcrypto)
  | 		libedit
  | 		libipsec
  | 		libkrb
  | 		libkvm
  | 		libl
  | 		libm
  | 		librmt
  | 		libtermcap
  | 		libutil
  | 		liby
  | 		libz

My i386 has the following shared libraries in /lib:
	libc libcrypt libedit libipsec libkvm libm
	libm387 libtermcap libtermlib libutil libz