Paths for finding own shared libraries
Date: 22 Mar 2005 07:08:31 -0800
I have a program. Program has more shared libraries (.so). I can't use
$LD_LIBRARY_PATH (it's affected child processes). I try to use -rpath
linker option, but I know right paths for libraries only during
installation process. The solution is: link all .o files during
installation with right -rpath option. But it's bad, because I use
third-paty soft and can't link his .so files.
I find solutions with changing rpath in .so files. All utilities I
found has limitation with length of new rpath (bad! and I can't add
rpath to third-paty libraries).
Please, advise me new solutions!
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