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SubjectRe: Shared library problem
Followup to:  <891ar1$2mh$>
By author: Marc SCHAEFER <>
In newsgroup:
> This is my understanding:
> case 1:
> rm; cp
> # You have just changed the inode. The library `file' is still
> # open and referenced, and thus will be deleted only when closed.
> # Presumably new programs will start using the new version
> # (it's probably best to use mv, unless cp doesn't need

Or use the install utility.

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