Re: Package deb with shared library
- Date: Mon, 22 Oct 2018 15:10:17 +0000
- From: Damir Porobic <damir_porobic@xxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Package deb with shared library
Thanks for the feedback, I will write on debian-user@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.
> I don't know what "public repo" mean. If you meant to create debian
> package that installs stuff under /usr/local , then there is no any
> example from Debian's official archive at all.
Well, I mean you can't install the shared library via apt-get install for example, you would need to build it from source, that's why I would like to deploy it together with the application.
The /usr/local/ location is not much important to me, I can install it under /usr/lib/ if it would fix my problem.
From: Mo Zhou <lumin@xxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, October 22, 2018 16:29
To: Damir Porobic
Subject: Re: Package deb with shared library
On Mon, Oct 22, 2018 at 10:36:12AM +0000, Damir Porobic wrote:
> I was not sure to which Mailing list my question belongs so I'm writing here,
> if I should use a different list, let me know.
According to the content of your mail I think debian-user@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
is a more proper place to ask for help.
> I was able to build the .deb package but when I install it on a machine, it
> fails to start with the message that it was not able to find my shared library.
Maybe you want to read the manual page ld.so(8)
> Is there a way to deploy my shared library with the .deb package without my
> shared library being available on public repos? If yes, could you point me to
> an example?
I don't know what "public repo" mean. If you meant to create debian
package that installs stuff under /usr/local , then there is no any
example from Debian's official archive at all.