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Using Linux Emulation libraries
I've got a program supplied by an outside source, designed to run on a
After making some changes to make it compile correctly on NetBSD, I get
an error on loading about 'can't find nss_dns shared library'.
After searching, I found that 'libnss_dns.so.2' is part of the SUSE
emulation libraries. I didn't have any errors on building, and it
linked fine, but won't run because of this error (yes, I know it
probably will fail miserably, even when this error is fixed).
To have the program use this library, do I link the program and include
the /usr/pkg/emul/lib directory? Inserting the directory into the
/etc/ld.so.conf file caused most other programs to fail to work, so I
assume it shouldn't be included there.
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