> I have updated the INSTALL and sgml/INSTALL files to recommend ldconfig
> on Linux/ELF and any ELF-based system.
> It's not an ELF thing! This applies to any (I think) shared library
> system. At least I know my NetBSD a.out system uses ldconfig in this
> way. Your note should be more general.
Yes, I wanted to improve it too. ELF came with SVr4, and the Linux
mention, while valuable for a large base of users, was misleading to others.
Here is the new text:
If necessary, tell UNIX how to find your shared libraries. If you
are using an ELF-based system, such as Linux, do ONE of the following,
preferably the first:
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