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SubjectRe: problem with devfsd compilation
>>>>> "hm" == hiren mehta <hiren_mehta@agilent.com> writes:

hm> Hi, I am trying to compile devfsd on my system running RedHat
hm> linux 7.0 (kernel 2.2.16-22). I get the error "RTLD_NEXT"
hm> undefined. I am not sure where this symbol is defined. Is there
hm> anything that I am missing on my system.

Oh yeah, here's the two other things I forgot.

The install target of the devfsd GNUmakefile attempts to copy the
devfsd.8 man page into /usr/man/man8 which doesn't exist. RH7 has
its man pages in /usr/share/man though you might prefer
/usr/local/man, whatever. I just changed the GNUmakefile.

Also, RH7's /etc/rc.sysinit can already start devfsd automatically
with the following line:

[ -e /dev/.devfsd -a -x /sbin/devfsd ] && /sbin/devfsd /dev

So, all you have to do is create an empty file /dev/.devfsd
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