conver Linux shared libraries foo.so to FreeBSD shared libraries
hugo.ngd at gmail.com
Sat Jun 24 01:07:25 UTC 2006
2006/6/20, Simeon Nifos <archwndas at yahoo.com>:
> Does anybody know how to convert a shared object
> compiled in Linux foo-linux.so to a shared object
> compiled for FreeBSD freebsd-foo.so? I mean
> a freebsd-foo.so to which I can link with objects
> compiled by a native FreeBSD compiler. Or
> equivalently how to create a FreeBSD foo.so from
> a linux foo.so which would be identical to that
> which would be compiled from source in FreeBSD?
> Thanks in advance!
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You are probably just needing to read about the linux-base, you can run
linux softwares there, you don't need to convert anything.
Don't forget to add at your fstab:
linproc /compat/linux/proc linprocfs rw 0 0
Anytime you need to run a linux software use to linux-base.
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