Subject: Re: Fwd: pkg/26633: package ABI is often broken on NetBSD due to
To: Todd Vierling <>
From: Jeremy C. Reed <>
List: tech-pkg
Date: 08/13/2004 09:35:13
Is this related at all with the so versioning for Linux too?

For example, packages from pkgsrc used on Linux have different filenames
than found on other Linux systems. Some examples:

firefox binary direct from uses:

And on SuSE Linux: is a symlink to ->

And other names are like:

But from pkgsrc, they are named like: which is (missing "0") (missing extra ".0") which is (missing "0." after "so") which is (also missing "0"

(Sorry, I carbon copied all in reply; I didn't know who was on tech-pkg.)

 Jeremy C. Reed

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