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Steven W. Orr wrote:
On Wednesday, Aug 16th 2006 at 14:08 +0100, quoth Martin Raskovsky:

=>I have just installed Red Hat Enterpresie 4 and have a problem with
=>LD_LIBRARY_PATH which is set in my .bash_profile but appears unset in all
=>shells. I have even placed a setenv > log as the last statement in the
=>.bash_profile, the file does contain the correct LD_LIBRARY_PATH definition.
=>Needless to say, there is an export statement for LD_LIBRARY_PATH.
=>All other environment definitions including PATH are correctly preserved.
=>I am using GNOME

The LD_LIBRARY_PATH variable should hardly *ever* be set. Please use the /etc/ld.so.conf file instead. The only time you should be using this variable is if you are running a program which has a choice at execution time for which shared library you want to select from.

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