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SubjectRe: ldconfig

In, article <>, writes:
> I found another bug with ldconfig v1.8.5. It seems that when you link some
> libraries (or try to redo the cache file), it outputs the following:
> =>
> This, of course, is completely wrong. It should output:
> =>
The part in front of the arrow is the soname of the library. If the thing
was built without an -Wl,-soname, option but with a "-o" option, this is what will happen, no matter what.

> (This is just an example, its actually occuring with this and other libraries

This is NOT A KERNEL ISSUE. Please take it to linux-gcc.

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