* Peter Eisentraut <peter_e(at)gmx(dot)net> [001029 10:47]:
> Larry Rosenman writes:
> > So, at least for the UDK FS, we probably need to walk the
> > LD_LIBRARY_PATH and cleanse it of any libraries that contain OUR libs.
> How do you know what your libs are? The failure is likely to occur if you
> you installed 7.0 in /usr/local/pgsql and followed the installation
> instructions to the point of setting LD_LIBRARY_PATH. Then you install
> 7.1 in prefix=$HOME/pg-test. How do you then compute that you should
> strip "/usr/local/pgsql/bin" from LD_LIBRARY_PATH?
What about looking down LD_LIBRARY_PATH for libpq.so* and any of our
other shared objects and removing whereever we find libpq.so* and
removing those *WHILE WE ARE COMPILE/LINKING*?
> I think this falls back to the user. We should perhaps add a note in
> FAQ_SCO about it.
Probably. I looked at my laptop, and that behaviour is *NOT NEW*.
(my laptop doesn't have the UDK FS on it).
SO, it looks like we have had an issue, and didn't run into it till
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