While compiling some of the stuff I use in 64bit lately, I’ve had another chance to use the wonderful crle tool and to acknowledge once again just how easier it made my life.
Here’s what you can read from man crle:
The crle utility provides for the creation and display of a
runtime linking configuration file. The configuration file
is read and interpreted by the runtime linker, ld.so.1(1),
during process start-up.
The tool does exactly that – it specifies where ld should look first for the necessary libraries as you start any executable.