[lsb-discuss] appchk bug?

Wichmann, Mats D mats.d.wichmann at intel.com
Mon Jul 9 12:55:33 PDT 2007

>If an executable depends on an so which does not end in .so 
>appchk does not check the library and flags the library as "missing".
>For example, given the following tree:
>     myapp
>     mylib.so.1
>Running appchk
>lsbappchk -D/tmp/myapp/bin -j /tmp/myapp/bin/myapp
>The journal will produce a DT_NEEDED message for mylib.so.1 as 
>not being part of the LSB. The way I interpret the -D option
>this library should be found, checked and there should not be
>a complaint about DT_NEEDED for myapp?

To pass on some commentary on this: "it sounds like a bug".
The runtime library name often does not end in ".so".

Could you file something in the bugzilla, please?

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