HEADS UP: /bin and /sbin are now dynamically linked

Max Laier max at love2party.net
Sun Nov 16 07:21:10 PST 2003

> I'll admit to being mostly a lurker here, but isn't the point of /sbin
> to be statically linked.  That's what the 's' stands for?

> Second question.  This seems to imply that /sbin and /bin both have to
> have the same behavior?  I have no problem with /bin being dynamically
> linked, but what if I want /bin to be dynamic and /sbin static?

man hier

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 Max                            mailto:max at love2party.net

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