Subject: Re: changed files: 'src/gnu/usr.bin/ld shlib.c'
To: None <cgd@nobozo.CS.Berkeley.EDU>
From: Charles Hannum <>
List: source-changes
Date: 11/22/1993 04:33:17
   > Does anyone *not* install it that way?

   Would X on your sparc be installed in /usr/X386?

Um, wake up.  I already pointed that out.

   no.  this is a site-dependent thing.

No it's not.  Every single i386 user who uses X is using XFree86,
except for a handful of people probably still using XS3.  And XFree86
installs in /usr/X386 unless you rebuild it with different paths.

   it should be done in /etc/rc.local, by the sysadmin, when X is

I *vehemently* disagree.  A standard package should not require any
magic on the sysadmin's part to make it work.  Besides that, ldconfig
should be run long before rc.local is.