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Old 08-30-2015, 10:58 AM   #1
Registered: Sep 2006
Location: Providence, Moka Mauritius
Distribution: Slackware, Lubuntu
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hard coded ldd kwin libnvidia-glsi

last time there was an update on slackware-current, I updated to latest kernel 4.1.6, but the next day , my init was reported as a corrupted lzma image.
yesterday I performed a rescue using a 32bit cd and later realized the mess I just did, I grabed a 14.0 64bit dvd and reinstalled only the a/ and wget. Later did a slackpkg reinstall.
at one time my root partition was completely full.

the funniest part was that kwin and some other programs were hard coded to a specific version of the lib nvidia_glsi.

ldd /usr/bin/kwin => /usr/lib64/ (0x00007fdb8ebda000)


ldd kwin glsi slackware

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