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Need help w/ binary emulation
I'm trying to get a Linux program (or a bunch of them that are part of a
product) to work under NetBSD. This is on NetBSD-4/i386, using
emulators/suse100 from pkgsrc-2007Q4.
By ldd-ing all the binaries, here's what I see...
-lc.6 => not found
-lcrypt.1 => not found
-ldl.2 => not found
-lgcc_s.1 => /usr/lib/libgcc_s.so.1
-lgdbm.2 => not found
-lm.6 => not found
-lncurses.5 => not found
-lpthread.0 => /usr/lib/libpthread.so.0
-lstdc++.5 => /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.5
-lutil.1 => not found
... see how it's finding some stuff in /usr/lib? That can't be good can it?
Also we do have libc, libcrypt, libdl, libgcc_s, libm, libncurses,
libpthread and libutil in /emul/linux/lib.
That leaves only libgdbm and libstdc++ missing.
So there are 2 big questions:
. How do I get the system to look first in /usr/pkg/emul/linux/lib for
. How do I get libgdbm and libstdc++ into the Linux emulation environment?
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