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In article <20121023162142.GB24731%panix.com@localhost>,
Thor Lancelot Simon <tls%panix.com@localhost> wrote:
>Nasty hacks like subverting the protection against LD_PRELOAD
>on setuid executables are not called for in a case like this.
>If we resort to them, why should our users trust us to deliver
>quality software? If you want the wild west, you can find
>Debian's openssl patches over there ----->.
Not that I advocate doing that (and I will not provide the
recipe to do it), but if you want to always load libpthread
you can do so via ld.so.conf(5). Resist the temptation :-)
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