Havard Eidnes <he%NetBSD.org@localhost> writes: > Yes. cargo depends on the libcurl.so.4 library from the curl > package, and it's a run-time dependency. Since curl lives in the > package installation, its library directory isn't part of the > default search path, so it depends on embedding an rpath in the > executable. > > I'm guessing you're using a PREFIX other than /usr/pkg? > >> What's the proper fix for this? > > Frankly, I don't quite know. > > I do know that patchelf from pkgsrc can be used to change the > rpath in an elf executable, a'la > > patchelf --force-rpath --set-rpath $RPATH $executable > > However, that can at best be characterized as a workaround and > not a "proper fix". I welcome suggestions for how this should be > done properly. Static linking the bootstrap, probably.
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