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Re: Testing and dynamic linking on remote target


On 09/07/15 16:56, David Talmage wrote:
> I'm looking for a way to specify the LD_LIBRARY_PATH or LD_PRELOAD on the 
> target system when running one of the DejaGNU test suites. I'm testing a gcc 
> cross-compiler on a development board.  I can't replace existing versions of 
> libraries under test because other people are using the development board when 
> I'm testing.
> 
> I found a thread about this in the archives: "Is anyone testing for a (cross-) 
> target (board) with dynlinking?" 
> (https://gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc/2008-02/msg00201.html). The best suggestion at the 
> time was to NFS mount the cross-compiled library directory and use "-Wl,-
> dynamic-linker -Wl,-rpath" in LDFLAGS.
> 
> NFS mounting isn't an option for me, alas.
> 

i think if you copy the libraries somewhere on the target
then you can use

 -rpath-link=/libs/on/host -rpath=/libs/on/target


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