> > How are people handling the fact that libpq is dynamic, and psql
> > to find it. I don't see people using -rpath as a link option.
> > Are people setting LD_LIBRARY_PATH to the PostgreSQL library
> > Using ldconfig and /etc/ld.so.conf:
> > # ld.so.conf
> > /usr/X11R6/lib
> > /usr/pkg/lib
> > /usr/local/lib
> > /usr/local/pgsql/lib
> > This is on NetBSD 1.3.2.
> ELF shared libraries are new to BSDI 4.0, so I was a little confused.
> editied ld.so.conf, but did not know I needed to run ldconfig, which I
> have done figured out, and it works.
> My larger question is why we don't get more reports of problems like
> this. Do novices just know to go edit ld.so.conf, and run ldconfig?
> It is probably in the Linux FAQ, but is everyone reading that when
> get the error?
> I am trying to figure out how to deal with this for BSDI 4.0 users. I
> am sure they are going to be confused.
It's in the INSTALL file. Or at least it was.
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