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SubjectRe: Is this part of newer filesystem hierarchy?
> glad to know this, i do wonder how does /usr/bin/ld work for red hat.
> to my old mentality this seems red hat is going out of any resonable
> standard.

It works like /usr/bin/ld on any other platform I know of

> if the same libc stripped would not run library, and they HAVE to mantein
> a linside of /lib, otherway this would be too mutch against
> a resonable standard.

bash-2.04$ ls -l /lib/
lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 13 May 14 16:46 /lib/ ->

I don't follow the discussion here.

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