[Slackbuilds-users] precompiled "sources" missing libraries

Petar Petrov slackalaxy at gmail.com
Sun Sep 24 08:43:45 UTC 2023


my script looks for the libs among the installed files from each
package (just a simple grep on the files list), so what i reported is
missing libraries from the packages themselves.


On Sun, 24 Sept 2023 at 06:57, B. Watson <urchlay at slackware.uk> wrote:
> >       How do we check if a package is really missing some libs? SBo has
> >       scripts that just repackage the binaries provided by upstream. Using
> >       sbbdep can tell if a package is missing libs in the standard
> >       locations. However, many of these precompiled programs ship with their
> >       own libs installed in a custom location. Yet, sbbdep will see these as
> >       missing.
> I never used sbbdep, but try setting LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/path/to/libs. E.g. if
> you have /opt/someprogram/lib:
> root at host# LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/opt/someprogram/lib sbbdep
> This probably will work as sbbdep probably just uses ldd to find libs,
> and ldd respects the LD_LIBRARY_PATH variable.
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