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Subject: SCO openserver 5 shared libraries
Date: 1996/10/06
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Is it possible to use SCO Openserver 5 shared libraries under iBCS2?

I am running Linux 2.0.12 with the latest iBCS2. I bought the SCO
Openserver 5 CD-ROM, mostly out of curiosity. Some small bianries, which
don't use shared libraries, do work, but most stuff needs libraries. I
have had absolutely no success in getting the libraries to work, even
though I have copied them into the right place etc.

Is there something else I need to do or is it just impossible?


Daniel Baum

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