FreeBSD Port: net/linux-nx-client

G. Paul Ziemba pz-freebsd-ports at
Sat Nov 29 22:07:54 PST 2008

bsam at (Boris Samorodov) writes:

>"G. Paul Ziemba" <pz-freebsd-ports at> writes:
>> I have been manually creating symlinks in /usr/compat/linux/usr/local/lib,
>> e.g.,
>>     cd /usr/compat/linux/usr/local/lib
>>     ln -s ../../X11R6/lib/
>> I'm not sure why I need to make these links or if there is a better
>> approach, but it works for me.

>By default linuxulator looks for files first at /usr/compat/linux
>directories and only if it fails then /usr/local is used. I.e. if
>you have /usr/compat/linux/usr/X11R6/lib/ than it should
>be found by linuxulator and no symlinking is needed.

My observations come mainly from getting linux plugins working for
the FreeBSD native Opera. I wonder if operapluginwrapper.linux is
influencing the library search path in some way.
G. Paul Ziemba
FreeBSD unix:
10:06PM  up 10 days, 22:44, 6 users, load averages: 0.56, 0.54, 0.40

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