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Re: Difference in implementation of Linux implementation or bug (ICAclient)?
On Fri, Mar 25, 2011 at 12:27 PM, Stephen Borrill
> On Fri, 25 Mar 2011, Tomas Bodzar wrote:
>>>> However it's not running automatically. 'ldd wfica' shows that only
>>>> two libraries were
>>>> found even when all needed libraries are available in system. Either
>>>> under Linux
>>>> emulation provided with suse package or in base Xorg.
>>>> On NetBSD I must create symbolic links for most of them pointing to
>>>> I'm worried about future confusion for some native apps on NetBSD if I
>>>> with that approach as linking those libraries to /emul/linux proper
>>>> doesn't help with detection.
>>> You cannot mix native and Linux libraries, so make sure you have all the
>>> relevant Linux libraries in your /emul/linux tree. A good place to start
>>> would be to install citrix_ica from pkgsrc (v10.6) and work from there.
>> Was looking for them with locate/find and all of them are available
>> either in base Xorg or suse_x11
> As I say, you must ignore base Xorg. You need the Linux libraries and using
> pkgsrc to install citrix_ica will ensure you have the right ones.
Yes, this will be running for sure. Maybe my words were not so well
used as I was asking mainly because to know what's the difference
between those two implementations regarding detection of needed
libraries as on one OS was able to detected those automatically
I'm not saying that one is better and second one not. Just thought
that those Linux emulation layers in BSD systems are closely related
and that difference is mainly in distribution of Linux used for needed
libraries and apps.
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