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Can I force the compiler to put my shared libraries in the binary as well?


Can I force the compiler to put my shared libraries in the binary as well?

By : Genevieve Morris
Date : November 18 2020, 03:01 PM
this one helps. There should be static linkable versions of GLU, glfw and GLEW available. Never statically link GL or any of the X11 stuff. There's a simple reason for that: libGL.so actually contains part of the GPU drivers, so to work it must be match the version of the kernel modules and the X server modules. Hence it must be linked dynamically. And since libGL.so also contains all the GLX stuff, which interacts with X11 libraries, those X11 libraries must be linked dynamically as well.
Luckily the OpenGL/GLX/X11 library requirements are written down in Linux-Software-Base/Desktop, so on any system that runs a X11 based desktop this stuff is available.
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Force GCC to notify about undefined references in shared libraries

Force GCC to notify about undefined references in shared libraries


By : zim_wayne
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue -Wl,--no-undefined linker option can be used when building shared library, undefined symbols will be shown as linker errors.
How to force using local shared libraries over system libraries?

How to force using local shared libraries over system libraries?


By : The Major
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you When you link, specify the directory of the library and also use an rpath:
code :
-Wl,-rpath,/absolute/path/to/your/library -L/absolute/path/to/your/library -llibrary
Force mapping between symbols and shared libraries

Force mapping between symbols and shared libraries


By : Miroslav Todorov
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps
Is there a way to force foo.so to use fooHelper.so's implementation and bar.so to use barHelper.so's?
code :
RTLD_LOCAL
  This is the converse of RTLD_GLOBAL, and the default if neither flag
  is specified. Symbols defined in this library are not made available
  to resolve references in subsequently loaded libraries.
Tell to linux binary where load shared libraries

Tell to linux binary where load shared libraries


By : CalypsoCodit
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you There are two environment variables which may help:
LD_RUN_PATH is used during building to configure a set of locations to be searched when looking for shared libraries. LD_LIBRARY_PATH is used when running the program to add additional pathes to be searched for shared libraries.
code :
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/some/path:/another/path:/as/many/as/you/need
Check if shared libraries are compatible with a binary?

Check if shared libraries are compatible with a binary?


By : tlamb
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish of those help Try abi-compliance-checker. It's a tool to check binary compatibility of library versions. Developed since 2009.
If you have debug info of your libraries available somewhere then you can also try abi-dumper:
code :
# Create ABI dumps from debug info
abi-dumper libSample-1.0.so.debug -o ABI-1.0.dump
abi-dumper libSample-2.0.so.debug -o ABI-2.0.dump

# Compare ABI dumps
abi-compliance-checker -l libSample -old ABI-1.0.dump -new ABI-2.0.dump
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