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Old 07-12-2004, 06:16 AM   #1
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Post How to change library parameter?

hi there
ineed help from all experts
here's the case:
for example i have application A version 1 installled in my Linux, and there are application B and C refer one of their library to A's library.
one day, i need to upgrade A to version 2. and i want application B and C will refer their library not to A ver 1 anymore, but A ver 2.
my question is how to change library path for B to A ver 2?

i hope not confising and thank you in advance for your help



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